Meaning of NONSENSE in English

NONSENSE

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ absolute , arrant ( old-fashioned ), complete , pure , sheer , total , utter

Most of his theories are arrant ~.

▪ superstitious

You don't believe that superstitious ~, do you?

VERB + NONSENSE

▪ spout , talk

Don't talk ~!

▪ put up with , stand for

I'm not going to stand for any more of this ~.

▪ stop

Just stop this ~ of refusing to talk to anybody.

▪ believe

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ about

What's all this ~ about you giving up your job?

PHRASES

▪ a load of ~ , a lot of ~

People are talking a lot of ~ about him being the new Michael Jordan.

▪ make a ~ of sth ( BrE ), make ~ of sth

This decision makes ~ of all our hard work.

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