What does "Que no?" mean?

I was watching George Lopez, and he said that a lot. I simply didn’t understand what it meant.

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  • It’s a Mexican colloquial term that translates as “What, No?” When someone says no to someone else, it may also be an exclamation of astonishment.

    I hope this was helpful.

    NATIVE SPANISH SPEAKER is the source(s).

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    RE:

    What exactly does “Que no?” mean?

    I was watching George Lopez, and he said that a lot. I simply didn’t understand what it meant.

  • As a query,

    QUE NO, tu eres George? = Are you George, or are you someone else?

    Let’s play QUE NO? = Let’s play NO? (What are your thoughts about it?)

  • What is a QUE?

    NO= no

    QUE NO = no

    It also depends on what they’re talking about….make a Mexican buddy Lopez is hilarious, but knowing spanish and English is much superior!!!

    im mexico is the source(s).

  • It is dependent on the situation.

    I believe the most common is “I said NO” or “I said NO.”

  • It also indicates, “Are you sure?”

  • depending on what they say

    QUE…..NO! That is what it implies… NO!

    oh no, just liek That’s what I told you (what det really mean)

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