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British pronunciation/nˈəʊ wˈeɪ/
American pronunciation/nˈoʊ wˈeɪ/
no way
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used to emphasize that under no circumstances would one do something or something would happen

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What is the origin of the idiom "no way" and when to use it?

The idiom "no way" is an informal expression that signifies strong disbelief, refusal, or a sense of impossibility. While its precise origin is not documented, it has become a widely used colloquial term in everyday language.

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used to express a strong reaction to something surprising or unexpected

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used to firmly and decisively reject the suggestion or proposal

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No way will she agree to you leaving early.
After signing the contract, they had reached the point of no return, and there was no way to cancel the deal.
I'm sorry but there's no way we can help you.
There's no way he'll go cap in hand to his brother.
There's no way they'll agree to the deal.
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