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No-Go

No-go is an expression that you can use to say that something is not going to happen. Usually, something is a no- go (or no go ) because of difficulties that get in the way or stop it from happening. The expression can be used as a noun or as an adjective. You can see examples of both in the examples below:

Bad weather conditions made Mr. Snow’s scheduled flight to Alaska a no-go.
Due to safety issues, the launch of the new X-Plode smartphone was
no-go.
Technical problems made Michael’s start in the Formula 1 race a
no-go.

In these three examples, planned events did not take place because of problems - i.e. bad weather, safety issues and technical difficulties. Anytime something is not able to proceed as planned due to problems, you can refer to it as a no-go.

Has anything been a
no-go for you recently?

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