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English definition of “no way”

no way

informal
B1 used to tell someone that something is impossible: I'm sorry but there's no way we can help you. No way will she agree to you leaving early.UnachievableImpossible and improbable no way! used to say 'no' in a forceful way: "Go on, lend me your bike." "No way!"Yes, no and not
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