I should think not/so (too)! Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary Cambridge dictionaries logo

Meaning of “I should think not/so (too)!” in the English Dictionary

"I should think not/so (too)!" in British English

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I should think not/so (too)!

UK said when you ​think what has been ​suggested is ​certainly not, or ​certainly is, the ​correct and ​expected thing: "I ​bought her some ​flowers to say ​thank you." "I should ​think so too." "I don't like to ​drink more than one ​bottle of ​wine in an ​evening." "I should ​think not."
(Definition of I should think not/so (too)! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “I should think not/so (too)!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 当然!当然不!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 當然!/當然不!…
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