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no-show ‎(plural no-shows)

  1. (idiomatic) An absence; somebody who doesn't show up or a failure to make a schedule appearance, especially at one's place of employment.
    Out of 50 people who said they would attend, we only had three no-shows.

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no-show ‎(third-person singular simple present no-shows, present participle no-showing, simple past and past participle no-showed)

  1. To fail to show up for something.
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