If a person is told to do something no questions asked, it means they are to do it and not ask for any further information.
The Origin Of ‘No Questions Asked’
This expression has been around since at least the 1700s. An example of this phrase being used in print comes from the Take The London Magazine from the year 1757. There’s a part inside that reads:
“Whoever brings her to Mrs. Trolly’s above-mentioned, or to the guard-room at E Whitehall, shall have fifty guineas reward, and no questions asked.“
- My kids have not been getting enough sleep lately, so its time I change their sleep schedule. I’ll tell them they have to go to bed an hour earlier, no questions asked.
- Jessica bought her husband a thoughtful gift and stored it in the closet. She then told her husband to stay out of the closet, no questions asked, until tomorrow.