no thanks to
phrasal not as a result of any benefit conferred by <
he feels better now, no thanks to you
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • no thanks to — (someone) if you have done something no thanks to a particular person, you have done it although they did not help you or tried to prevent you. Well, we ve finished the painting, no thanks to Sandra who suddenly decided she had to go away for the …   New idioms dictionary

  • no thanks to — (someone/something) despite someone or something. Well, we ve finished the painting, no thanks to Sandra, who suddenly decided she had to go away for the weekend! …   New idioms dictionary

  • no thanks to — spoken used for saying that someone or something did not help you to achieve something At long last we made it, no thanks to you …   English dictionary

  • no thanks to — despite the unhelpfulness of. → thanks …   English new terms dictionary

  • no thanks to someone — no thanks to (someone) if you have done something no thanks to a particular person, you have done it although they did not help you or tried to prevent you. Well, we ve finished the painting, no thanks to Sandra who suddenly decided she had to go …   New idioms dictionary

  • no thanks to someone — no thanks to (someone/something) despite someone or something. Well, we ve finished the painting, no thanks to Sandra, who suddenly decided she had to go away for the weekend! …   New idioms dictionary

  • no thanks to something — no thanks to (someone/something) despite someone or something. Well, we ve finished the painting, no thanks to Sandra, who suddenly decided she had to go away for the weekend! …   New idioms dictionary

  • thanks to — • Thanks to the rank stupidity of Steve Gillery s bride to be, he had to hold his stag night on Saturday morning and rush off to the ceremony during half time in the afternoon M. Gist, 1993. This ironic use, in which thanks to is an equivalent of …   Modern English usage

  • thanks to — {prep.} 1. With the help of. * /Thanks to a good teacher, John passed the examination./ * /I finally finished washing the dishes, no thanks to you./ 2. Owing to; because of. * /Thanks to a sudden rain, the children came home with wet clothes./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • thanks to — {prep.} 1. With the help of. * /Thanks to a good teacher, John passed the examination./ * /I finally finished washing the dishes, no thanks to you./ 2. Owing to; because of. * /Thanks to a sudden rain, the children came home with wet clothes./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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