- Not any.
- Antonyms: any, some
- no one
- There is no water left.
- No hot dogs were sold yesterday.
- No phones were at the store.
- No customer personal data will be retained unless it is rendered anonymous.
- There was no score at the end of the first period. (The score was 0-0.)
- Hardly any.
- Antonyms: quite, some
- We'll be finished in no time at all.
- Fifty pounds for this is no money, really.
- Not any possibility or allowance of (doing something).
- No smoking
- There's no stopping her once she gets going.
- Not (a); not properly, not really; not fully.
- My mother's no fool.
- Working nine to five every day is no life.
no (not comparable)
- (Except in Scotland, now only used with different, with comparatives more and less, and informally with certain other adjectives such as good and fun) Not, not at all.
- It is a less physical kind of torture, but no less gruesome. (General)
- This is no different from what we've been doing all along. (General)
- That game is no fun. (Informal)
- The teacher’s decision was no fair. (Informal or Scotland)
- I just want to find out whether she's coming or no. (Scotland)
- Used to show disagreement or negation.
- Synonyms: nay, nope
- Antonyms: yes, yea, aye, maybe
- No, you are mistaken.
- No, you may not watch television now.
- Used to show agreement with a negative question.
- Synonyms: nah, nay, nope
- "Don’t you like milk?" "No" (i.e., "No, I don’t like milk.")
- (colloquial) Used together with an affirmative word or phrase to show agreement.
- No, totally.
- No, yeah, that's exactly right.
- "Wow!" "Yeah, no, it was really awful!"
- No, yeah
- See also Thesaurus:no
no (plural noes)
- a negating expression; an answer that shows disagreement or disapproval
- a vote not in favor, or opposing a proposition
- The workers voted on whether to strike, and there were thirty "yeses" and two "nos".
no (not comparable)
- (archaic) Alternative form of No.#English|No.
no (plural nos)
- Alternative form of No.#English|No.
- (electronics, of a relay) Initialism of normally#English|normally open#English|open.
- (Roman Catholicism) Initialism of Novus Ordo#English|Novus Ordo.