go

(redirected from no-go)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to no-go: go through, in favor of, swaying, foisted
References in periodicals archive ?
Mice were infected with a genetically engineered virus that delivers a gene into the "go" or "no-go" neurons.
Then, the printed output vector would ideally be 0, representing that the no-go response was emitted.
Instead of the no-go policy, the COMP proposes the preparation of a clear definition of mineral lands that can be prioritized because of their economic value.
"Yardley is in danger of becoming a no-go area for anyone not in a car," said Mr Ainsworth.
Israels unilaterally-impose buffer zone extends between 500 meters and 1,500 meters into the Strip, effectively turning local farms into no-go zones.
It was not clear that Ms Hidalgo would have a legal basis to sue Fox News over its coverage of supposed "no-go zones" for non-Muslims or where she would seek redress.
Emerson apologised and said he had made a "terrible error." He added: "I owe an apology to every resident of Birmingham." He told BBC Radio 4's PM programme: "I was relying on information that was totally incorrect from sources I had relied on in the past." But he stood by comments he made about no-go areas in parts of east London.
"We witnessed whole villages and towns as 'no-go' areas: large tracts of land unable to be used for generations to come, factories and civic buildings abandoned, cars and tractors rusting because of the high levels of radiation.
There are at least750 such no-go zones throughout France.These are violent areas wherepolice, firemen and ambulances refuse to enter unless they have absolutely no other option.
FUKUSHIMA, Japan - The Japanese government lifted the last no-go zone designation in Fukushima Prefecture on Tuesday, more than 26 months after the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant triggered by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
The chief justice also remarked that no official including the chief secretary of the province, inspector general of police and director general of the rangers did not concede that there were no-go areas in the city.
After ranking the values, the participants performed a test of self-control - the "go/no-go" task - in which they were told to press a button whenever the letter M (the "go" stimulus) appeared on a screen; when the letter W (the "no-go" stimulus) appeared, they were supposed to refrain from pressing the button.