Be a no-show

Xavier da Silva

Senior Member
Hello everyone,

>> Considering the definition of "no-show": a person who is expected to be somewhere and does not come; a situation where this happens. - Oxford

I'd like to know if the uses of "no-show" below sound natural/idiomatic. Please take a look.

1. I think they are going to be no-shows today. They're too busy to come here.

2. Don't be a no-show. We really need you to come to this meeting.

Thank you in advance!
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