Definition of “be out of the question” - English Dictionary

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“be out of the question” in British English

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be out of the question

also be no question of (doing) sth

C2 to be an event that cannot possibly happen:

A trip to New Zealand is out of the question this year.
There's no question of agreeing to the demands.

(Definition of “be out of the question” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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