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nope

 (nōp)
adv. Informal
No.

[Alteration of no.]
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nope

(nəʊp)
sentence substitute
an informal word for no1
[C19: originally US, a variant of no1]
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nope

(noʊp)

adv. Informal.
no.
[1885–90, Amer.; variant of no1; compare yup]
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nope

adverb
Informal. Not so:
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Translations

nope

[nəʊp] EXCLno
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nope

[ˈnəʊp] advnonno place adv = nowhere
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nope

adv (inf)ne(e) (dial), → nein
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nope

[nəʊp] adv (fam) → no
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References in classic literature ?
"Nope," was the answer, "but I can hobo all right, all right."
"Nope; never pays to split up a going concern There's too much competition in the world anyway, and Disko says 'blood-kin hev to stick together.' His crowd never go back on him.
Another follower said: "Ratner moment..." Mr Bannatyne replied: "Nope."
Addressing the camp, President NOPE CBA Peshawar Division, Anwar Khan Afridi and General Secretary Mian Jahnagir claimed that several employees of postal services department have been sacked without completion of codel formalities and urged the authorities concerned to reinstate them with immediate effect.
SEE ALSO: Sefton Park Strollers and Gymwear NOPE, this has nothing to do with crack heads in boarded up houses - it's the exercise of choice for 2014.Inspired by Nicki Minaj, Kim Kardashian and famous derrieres the world over, squats have been firmly at the top of Merseysider's gym manoeuvres in 2014.
After a minute he announced: "Don't worry guys - I'll get there in the end." The guy next to him said: "Don't worry Michael, it happens to all of us." Then Michael said: "Nope, I don't think I'm getting there.
Nope. Just pluck this rascal out of the truck and carry it into the house like an attache case.
Nope, not the '70s era sitcom that once featured the Doobie Brothers, but Happen, the only Indonesian skate mag pages that matters (their motto: exist or dead).
'Stonehenge was built around 3,600 BC when Europe was joined to Britain.' Nope.
Nope. Just how we should be with anyone who owns a yacht.
Nope ( an iron and ironing board ( to press their lovely tops!
Nope. What gave him butterflies was his first film festival screening of Naked Fame, a new documentary chronicling his adventure of leaving the adult entertainment business to rekindle his music career.