[nev-er-nev-er] /ˈnɛv ərˈnɛv ər/
British Slang. .
not real or true; imaginary or ideal; illusory:
the never-never world of the cinema.
the hire-purchase system of buying
(Austral) remote desert country, as that of W Queensland and central Australia
imaginary; idyllic (esp in the phrase never-never land)
- Never-never land
noun 1. an unreal, imaginary, or ideal state, condition, place, etc. 2. any remote, isolated, barren, or sparsely settled region. Originally called Neverland, the home of the title character in the story Peter Pan; a place where children never grow up. A fantasy land, an imaginary place, as in I don’t know what’s gotten into […]
- Never offline
software (NOL) /noh-el/ A software service provided by America’s Multimedia Online that allows Internet users to be constantly connected to the Internet. (http://neveroffline.com/). [But what *is* it?] (1999-11-03)
- Never put off until tomorrow
see under put off
[nuh-ver] /nəˈvɛr/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Nièvre, in central France, on the Loire River: Romanesque church. [nye-vruh] /ˈnyɛ vrə/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2659 sq. mi. (6885 sq. km). Capital: Nevers. [nee-ver-ne] /ni vɛrˈnɛ/ noun 1. a former province in central France. Capital: Nevers. /French nəvɛr/ noun […]