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    Does "no way" always mean that something is out of the question?

    EG: He told me that after church you meet people and sometimes you go to their house. I said: "No way! OK, Sundays I'm going to do that". That began the tradition of the Sunday lunch at my house. On Sundays my house is like a train station.

    --- Does "no way" here mean that he doesn't like something or that he is surprised and likes the idea?

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    Re: no way

    In this sentence:

    I said: "No way! OK, Sundays I'm going to do that" . . .

    The "No Way" here could mean You're kidding! For Real? or No way is that posibble! or That's far out!

    You will hear Get Out and No Way often in casual conversation. It is an expression of emotion.


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