- No kidding
adverb phrase Really; factually • Often a question asked when one hears something astonishing or doubtful [first form 1914+, second 1880+; the earlier form no kid is found by 1873] Truly, seriously, as in No kidding, I really did lose my wallet. [ ; first half of 1900s ]
[noh-nok] /ˈnoʊˌnɒk/ adjective 1. . 2. Law. that authorizes law-enforcement officers to enter premises unannounced and without identifying themselves: a no-knock narcotics policy. adjective Providing for or including the police right of entry without a search warrant: The cops demanded a no-knock statute so that they could catch criminals in the lair (1970s+)
[noh-kyoh, -kee-oh; Japanese naw-kyaw] /ˈnoʊ kyoʊ, -kiˌoʊ; Japanese ˈnɔ kyɔ/ noun, plural nokyo. 1. a Japanese agricultural cooperative.
Never Offline net operating loss