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* nonsence (archaic)

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_non-_ +‎ _sense_, from c. 1610.

non- +‎ sense, from c. 1610.

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Wikipedia NONSENSE (_usually uncountable_, _plural_ NONSENSES) * Letters or words, in writing or speech, that have no meaning or seem to have no meaning. _After my father had a stroke, every time he tried to talk, it sounded like NONSENSE._ * An untrue statement. _He says that I stole his computer, but that's just NONSENSE._ * Something foolish. * 2008, "Nick Leeson has some lessons for this collapse", Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 9, 2008 and central banks lend vast sums against marshmallow backed securities, or other NONSENSES creative bankers dreamed up. * (literature) A type of poetry that contains strange or surreal ideas, as, for example, that written by Edward Lear. * (biology) A damaged DNA sequence whose products are not biologically active, that is, that does nothing. SYNONYMS See Wikisaurus:nonsense * (something that lacks meaning or absurd statement): * (mostly colloquialisms or slang): balderdash, baloney, bull, bulldust, bunk, codswallop, drivel, gibberish, hogwash, hooey (US), horse hockey, malarkey, manure, poppycock, prattle, rhubarb (chiefly British), rubbish, twaddle * (vulgar slang): bollocks (British), bullshit, crap, horseshit (US) DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

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nonsense (usually uncountable, plural nonsenses)

  1. Letters or words, in writing or speech, that have no meaning or seem to have no meaning.
    After my father had a stroke, every time he tried to talk, it sounded like nonsense.
  2. An untrue statement.
    He says that I stole his computer, but that's just nonsense.
  3. Something foolish.
  4. (literature) A type of poetry that contains strange or surreal ideas, as, for example, that written by Edward Lear.
  5. (biology) A damaged DNA sequence whose products are not biologically active, that is, that does nothing.

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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - SEE ALSO
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* (biology): missense

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NONSENSE (_third-person singular simple present_ NONSENSES, _present participle_ NONSENSING, _simple past and past participle_ NONSENSED) * To make nonsense of * _a._ 1909, Bernard Shaw, "The Red Robe", in James Huneker ed., _Dramatic Opinions and Essays by G. Bernard Shaw_, volume II, page 73: At the Haymarket all this is NONSENSED by an endeavor to steer between Mr. Stanley Weyman's rights as author of the story and the prescriptive right of the leading actor to fight popularly and heroically against heavy odds. * To attempt to dismiss as nonsense. * 1997, "Rockies respond to whip", _Denver Post_, Jun 3, 1997: "They haven't NONSENSED these workouts. They've taken them and used them very well. I didn't know how they'd respond, but they've responded." * 2000, Leon Garfield, Jason Cockcroft, _Jack Holborn_, page 131: Very commanding: very much 'end of this NONSENSING'. Mister Fared spread his hands and shook his thin head imperceptibly, as if to say he understood * 2006, _Sierra Leone: Petroleum Unit Calls for Auditing_, AllAfrica.com, Mar 17, 2006: He further NONSENSED press suggestions that the Petroleum Unit was set up to assist in the administration of sporting activities. * (intransitive) To joke around, to waste time * 1963, C. F. Griffin, _The Impermanence of Heroes_, page 170: When he meant "go and get one" he said to go and get one, with no NONSENSING around about "liking" to get one. SYNONYMS * pooh-pooh, rubbish, whangdoodle

nonsense (third-person singular simple present nonsenses, present participle nonsensing, simple past and past participle nonsensed)

  1. To make nonsense of
  2. To attempt to dismiss as nonsense.
  3. (intransitive) To joke around, to waste time

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NONSENSE (_comparative_ MORE NONSENSE, _superlative_ MOST NONSENSE) * Resulting from the substitution of a nucleotide in a sense codon, causing it to become a stop codon (not coding for an amino-acid). TRANSLATIONS

nonsense (comparative more nonsense, superlative most nonsense)

  1. Resulting from the substitution of a nucleotide in a sense codon, causing it to become a stop codon (not coding for an amino-acid).

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