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Definition of "no-go" []

  • Not in a suitable condition for proceeding or functioning properly: The space launch was no-go. (adjective)
  • A situation in which planned operations cannot be effectuated, as in the case of the launch of spacecraft: The flight is a no-go because of technical problems. (noun)

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Use "no-go" in a sentence
  • "Several slums on the edge of Karachi are described as no-go zones that are too risky for police and security forces."
  • "This is not the first time NFC has been called a no-go for the next iPhone."
  • "The block, Morga-II, is in the restricted mining zone in forest areas, also known as the "no-go" area."