you'd better believe it!

you'd better believe it!
you/you'd better beˈlieve it! idiom
(informal) used to tell sb that sth is definitely true

‘He's not a bad player, is he?’ ‘You'd better believe it!’

Main entry:believeidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • You (had) better believe it! — exclam. It is true without question! □ It’s true. You better believe it. □ Yes, this is the best, and you had better believe it! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • you'd better believe it — spoken used for telling someone that something is definitely true and that they should take it seriously They said I could lose my job over this. You d better believe it …   English dictionary

  • you better believe it! — you/you d better beˈlieve it! idiom (informal) used to tell sb that sth is definitely true • ‘He s not a bad player, is he?’ ‘You d better believe it!’ Main entry: ↑believeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

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  • You Won't Believe Your Ears — Infobox Album | Name = You Won t Believe Your Ears Type = Album Artist = Wes Harrison Background = Released = 1963 Recorded = Genre = Comedy Length = Label = Universal Records Producer = Reviews = You Won t Believe Your Ears is a 1963 comedy… …   Wikipedia

  • believe — be|lieve W1S1 [bıˈli:v] v [: Old English; Origin: belefan, from lyfan, lefan to allow, believe ] 1.) [T not in progressive] to be sure that something is true or that someone is telling the truth ▪ You shouldn t believe everything you read. ▪ I… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • believe — be|lieve [ bı liv ] verb *** 1. ) transitive to think that a fact is true: Astronomers knew the Earth was round, but few people believed it. believe (that): I don t believe that she s ever been to Hong Kong. be widely/generally believed (=be… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • believe — /bi li:v/ verb (not in progressive) 1 BE SURE STH IS TRUE (T) to be sure that something is true or that someone is telling the truth: You shouldn t believe everything you read. | believe (that): I can hardly believe he s only 25! | believe sb: I… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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