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no

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[nəʊ] [noʊ]

adv.不;否;一点也没有

adj.没有的;不许的;一点儿也没有;决不是的

n.不;否定,否认;反对票;否决票

abbr.数字(number);元素锘(nobelium)的符号

常用短语

  1. no longer

    不再

场景例句

  1. He's no gentleman!

    他可不是正人君子!

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  2. She showed no fear.

    她毫无惧色。

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  3. He needed no prodding.

    他不用督促。

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反义词

  • adj. 没有;不许;不要
  • yes

同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“不,没有”的意思,区别是:
  • 关于no与not有两点值得特别注意。 1.no用作形容词时一般直接置于名词之前。名词前有a, any, much, enough等限定词时,不可用no,应用否定副词not。no修饰名词时,语气强于not。 2.作为否定副词no与not都可与形容词比较级连用,但它们所表示的意思不相同。

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no 无,没有

来自古英语na,没有,绝不,来自ne,没有,词源同not,a,永远,词源同age,eon.即永远没有,不。

no (adv.)

"not in any degree, not at all," Middle English, from Old English na, from ne "not, no" + a "ever." The first element is from Proto-Germanic *ne (source also of Old Norse, Old Frisian, Old High German ne, Gothic ni "not"), from PIE root *ne- "not." Second element is from Proto-Germanic *aiwi-, extended form of PIE root *aiw- "vital force, life, long life, eternity." Ultimately identical to nay, and the differences of use are accidental.

As an adjective, "not any, not one, none" (c. 1200) it is reduced from Old English nan (see none), the final -n omitted first before consonants and then altogether. As an interjection making a negative reply to a statement or question, "not so," early 13c., from the adverb. As a noun, 1580s as "a denial; a negative vote," 1650s as "person who casts a negative vote."

Construction no X, no Y is attested from 1530s (in no peny no pardon). No problem as an interjection of assurance is attested by 1963. No way as a colloquial expression meaning "it can't be done" is attested by 1968 (noway (adv.) "not at all, in no respect, by no means" is from c. 1300). No-knock (adj.) in reference to police raids without permission or warning is by 1970, American English. Phrase no can do "it is not possible" is attested from 1827, a locution of English-speaking Chinese noted 19c. in China, Australia, and the West Coast of the United States.  

We repeated our advice again and again, but got no answer but a loud horse-laugh, and their national maxim of No can do: Europe fashion no do in China. ["Reminiscences of a Voyage to and from China," in Paxton's Horticultural Register, London, 1836]
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