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    Default Without a tie / with no tie.

    Hi teachers,
    Does this sentence, 'He cannot come to work without a tie' have the same meaning as this one, 'He cannot come to work with no tie.'

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Do both sentences have the same meaning?

    Yes.

    Tip for a better title: Without a tie/with no tie.

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