no comment
Interjection
  1. (idiomatic) An "official" refusal to relay any further information, used for example in response to a question by a newspaper reporter or police officer. [from c. 1950]
    The district attorney said, "No comment," when the reporter asked if he knew the identity of the murder suspect, for fear that the culprit might be a flight risk.
  2. (idiomatic) A refusal to make the obvious impolite retort.
Translations
  • French: sans commentaire
  • German: kein Kommentar
  • Italian: no comment
  • Portuguese: sem comentários
  • Russian: без коммента́риев
  • Spanish: sin comentarios
Translations
  • French: sans commentaire, no comment
  • German: kein Kommentar
  • Italian: no comment
  • Portuguese: sem comentários
  • Russian: без коммента́риев



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