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Meaning of “no way” in the English Dictionary

"no way" in British English

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no way

informalB1 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. no way! used to say no in a ​forceful way: "Come on, ​let me ​borrowyourbike." "No way!"
(Definition of no way from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"no way" in American English

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no way

infml no or not in any way: No way was I going to ​pay that much for an ​old, ​beat-upcar. "Can I go with you ​guys?" "No way – this is just for ​bigkids." Note: Used to emphasize that you really mean no.
(Definition of no way from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “no way”
in Chinese (Simplified) 决不,不可能…
in Chinese (Traditional) 決不,不可能…
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