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As in 'that's a nonsense', or 'that's a good value' (in a shopping sense, not a moral one), as a complete sentence. I keep seeing both of them and they make me shudder but are they actually wrong?
A good value def no. But you can say something makes a nonsense of something. Haven't heard it in any other context though.
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