no-win


no–win

adjective \ˈnō-ˈwin, -ˌwin\

—used to describe something (such as a situation) that cannot have a good result no matter what you do

Full Definition of NO-WIN

:  not likely to give victory, success, or satisfaction :  that cannot be won <a no–win situation> <a no–win war>

First Known Use of NO-WIN

1962

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