Etymology
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no-go (adj.)

"where it is forbidden to go," 1971, from no + go (v.). Earlier it was a noun phrase for an impracticable situation (1870) and a type of horse race (by 1860).

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Definitions of no-go

NO-GO (adj.)
not functioning properly or in suitable condition for proceeding;
the space launch was no-go
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