absolute nonsense

absolute nonsense
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  • nonsense — non|sense S3 [ˈnɔnsəns US ˈna:nsens] n [U] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(stupid/untrue)¦ 2¦(annoying behaviour)¦ 3¦(without meaning)¦ 4 make (a) nonsense of something 5 nonsense poems/verse/rhymes ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) ¦(STUPID/UNTRUE)¦ ideas, opinions, statements etc that… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • nonsense — non|sense [ nan,sens, nansens ] noun uncount ** 1. ) ideas, behavior, or statements that are not true or sensible: So you believe the nonsense about ghosts? it is nonsense to do something: It is nonsense to say that they re not paid enough. it is …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • nonsense */*/ — UK [ˈnɒns(ə)ns] / US [ˈnɑnˌsens] / US [ˈnɑnsens] noun 1) [singular/uncountable] ideas, behaviour, or statements that are not true or sensible So you believe the nonsense about ghosts? it is nonsense to do something: It is nonsense to say that… …   English dictionary

  • nonsense — 01. What you are saying is [nonsense]. No one would ever agree to it. 02. It is total [nonsense] to suggest that man and dinosaurs lived at the same time. 03. If you ask me, ESP, communication with spirits, new age religion, and all that crap is… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • absolute — [[t]æ̱bsəluːt[/t]] ♦♦♦ absolutes 1) ADJ: usu ADJ n Absolute means total and complete. It s not really suited to absolute beginners... A sick person needs absolute confidence and trust in a doctor. Syn: complete 2) ADJ: ADJ n (emphasis) You use… …   English dictionary

  • nonsense*/ — [ˈnɒns(ə)ns] noun [U] 1) ideas, behaviour, or statements that are not true or sensible So you believe the nonsense about ghosts?[/ex] That s a load of nonsense.[/ex] These accusations are absolute nonsense.[/ex] 2) unreasonable or annoying… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • absolute — adjective 1 (only before noun) especially spoken used to emphasize your opinion about something or someone, especially when you think they are very bad, stupid, unsuccessful etc: absolute disgrace/disaster/chaos etc: The house looked an absolute… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • absolute — I UK [ˈæbsəluːt] / UK [ˌæbsəˈluːt] / US [ˈæbsəˌlut] / US [ˌæbsəˈlut] adjective ** 1) a) [only before noun] very great, or complete: used for emphasizing an opinion, feeling, or statement The way they ve been treated is an absolute disgrace. I… …   English dictionary

  • absolute — 01. That movie was an [absolute] waste of money! Don t bother going to it. 02. The show was [absolutely] awful! 03. Are you [absolutely] sure that the man in the photograph is the one who attacked you in the park? 04. Harold is an [absolutely]… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • absolute — ab|so|lute1 [ æbsə,lut, ,æbsə lut ] adjective ** 1. ) only before noun very great or complete: used for emphasizing an opinion, feeling, or statement: The way they ve been treated is an absolute disgrace. I have absolute confidence in her. You re …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • absolute — [ˌæbsəˈluːt] , [ˈæbsəluːt] adj 1) used for emphasizing an opinion, feeling, or statement Syn: total The way they ve been treated is an absolute disgrace.[/ex] You re talking absolute nonsense.[/ex] I have absolute confidence in her.[/ex] 2) used… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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