No two ways about it is an idiom that is hundreds of years old. We will examine the meaning of the common idiom no two ways about it, where it came from, and some examples of its idiomatic usage in sentences.
No two ways about it means that something is absolutely true, that there is no room for argument, that something is beyond doubt. The idiom no two ways about it refers to the fact that there is only one way to look at the issue in question. The expression no two ways about it should be rendered as there are no two ways about it, but it is often seen or heard as there’s no two ways about it. The phrase came into use in the United States in the early 1800s, and the earliest use is found in quotations that include vernacular speech.
“She was written as an Indian character, and Huma is a really amazing actress, no two ways about it.” he said, adding, “We talked about who we could get, and the casting director brought her up.“ (Hindustan Times)
There’s no two ways about it, I regret what I did as a teen, but I feel no need to hide it: I was a burglar, and now I’m not. (The Guardian)
There are no two ways about it, argues Jeremy Grantham: “The long, long bull market since 2009 has finally matured into a fully-fledged epic bubble”. (Financial Times)