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English definition of “I wouldn’t put it past someone (to do something)”

I wouldn’t put it past someone (to do something)

infml I would not be surprised if someone did something: I wouldn’t put it past Helena to tell a secret, especially if it helped her in some way.
(Definition of I wouldn’t put it past someone (to do something) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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