from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not in a suitable condition for proceeding or functioning properly: The space launch was no-go.
- n. 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.
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- adj. Not functioning properly.
- adj. Of a place, not to be entered.
- n. Alternative form of no go.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not functioning properly or in suitable condition for proceeding. Opposite of
- n. a failure; a fiasco.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not functioning properly or in suitable condition for proceeding
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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.
The small controversies usually came from sexual banter, not politics, which Sergeant Townsend described as a "no-go zone."
A power failure from the October snowstorm forced her to use what one might call her no-go bag.
Tuesday's decision came after the government said it would widen the evacuation zone near the plant to include five communities lying outside the current 20-kilometre no-go area.
The government is still considering whether to evacuate residents of tiny "hot spots" outside the 12-mile no-go zone.
Apparently in America, instead we have “no-go” times that belong to immigrants.
Across Europe there are “no-go” places where Europeans cannot go because it angers the immigrants.
As I said, the creation of such “no-go areas” is the result of the US (hypothetically) being bound by the VCLT.