Definition of no question of in English:

no question of

phrase

  • No possibility of.

    ‘there is no question of the fight not going ahead’
    • ‘Mr Devlin insists the public's concerns have been taken on board and that there is no question of overlooking them.’
    • ‘It is evident that there is no question of whether he will do this, only about how long it will take.’
    • ‘They need, too, to be protected from exploitation, but there was no question of that in this case.’
    • ‘Given the huge success of the original operation, there was no question of phasing out the dotcom offerings.’
    • ‘We know that, for the time being, there is no question of our vote having any effect on the direction that Europe takes.’
    • ‘So, once again there is no question of when the expansion took place, it is an eternal reality.’
    • ‘While the St Peter's Way camera was already yellow, there was no question of moving it - so the sign had to go.’
    • ‘We were all taken back by the ease of it all, the fact that there was no question of not paying the tax.’
    • ‘They were playing like men possessed and there was no question of this Charlton side being intimidated by United.’
    • ‘There was no question of Eriksson walking out on England before or during the European championship finals.’