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nothing doing

informal
used to mean 'no', especially when said in answer to a request
(尤用于对要求作出答复)不行,办不到,绝对不
We asked if she'd come over and help us, but she said, "Nothing doing".
我们问她是否愿意过来帮忙,但她说“不行”。
Yes, no and not
Translations of “nothing doing”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤用於對要求作出答覆)不行,辦不到,絕對不…
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