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Pronunciation /naˈpuː/
informal, dated British
Used to indicate that something is finished, ruined, or inoperative, or that someone is dead.

First World War representing a pronunciation of French il n’y en a plus or il n’y a plus ‘there is no more’.


I’m afraid this engine is napoo. You may do better to look for new car.


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