no way


interjection

Informal. absolutely not; no.

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Origin of no way

First recorded in 1965–70

Definition for no-way (2 of 2)

way1
[ wey ]
/ weɪ /

noun

Origin of way

1
before 900; Middle English wei(gh)e, wai, Old English weg; cognate with Dutch, German Weg, Old Norse vegr, Gothic wigs; akin to Latin vehere to carry

SYNONYMS FOR way

3 scheme, device. See method.
4 detail, part.
7 space, interval.
10 track.
14 usage, practice, wont.

OTHER WORDS FROM way

way·less, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH way

way weigh weight
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British Dictionary definitions for no-way

way
/ (weɪ) /

noun

adverb

Word Origin for way

Old English weg; related to Old Frisian wei, Old Norse vegr, Gothic wigs
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Idioms and Phrases with no-way (1 of 2)

no way

Also, there is no way. Certainly not; never. For example, No way can I forget what he did, or Are you coming along?—No way! or There's no way our candidate can lose. This colloquial expression dates from the mid-1900s, but an earlier adverb, noway, dates from the 1300s.

Idioms and Phrases with no-way (2 of 2)

way

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