10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOT PUT IT PAST SOMEONE»
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[Literally, 'a person who has held the post of Master in a lodge of freemasons etc',
but the phrase has been influenced by the expression passed master = 'a person
who has qualified as a master'.] I etc would not put it past (someone) to (do ...
Advanced Learner's Dictionary
... it out don'i mention it easy does it fix it give it a try grin and bear it have got it
badly have got it made have it in for someone hit it of! with someone hop it jump
to it knock it off let's face it live it up not put it past someone owe it to someone
The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms
past. not put it past someone believe someone to be psychologically capable of
doing something, especially something you consider wrong or rash. past it too
old to be of any use or any good at anything. informal ...
Chambers concise dictionary
[14c: an obsolete past participle of PASS] • not put it past someone colloq to
believe them quite capable of doing a certain thing, past it colloq having lost the
vigour of one's youth or prime. pasta /'pasta/ >n (pastas) 1 a dough made with
Anthology of Arabic Poetry
When Kdfur was reproached for not keeping his word (of granting al-Mutanabbi
governorship), Kdfur, who was becoming more apprehensive as he'd hear more
of al-Mutanabbi's boastful poems, replied that he would not put it past someone ...
ʻAbd al-Wahhāb Anṣārī, 2009
Chembers 21 Century Dictionary
... to this time. 2 one's earlier life or career D My past is quite uninteresting. 3 a
disreputable episode or period earlier in one's life n a woman with a past. 4
grammar a the past tense; b a verb in the past ,tense. • not put it past someone ...
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Idoms and Phrasal Verbs
... in something Go to take no stock in something. not put it past someone to think
that someone would not dare to do something. He might run away from school. I
wouldn'tput itpast him. I wouldn'tput itpastRoger to arrive unannounced.
Philosophy of religion: contemporary perspectives
... that He is dead — but here, of course, the comparative mode of speech breaks
down, for it is not possible to speak of degrees of "deadness" (though with some
of the things theologians say these days, I would not put it past someone to try).
Norbert O. Schedler, 1974
Two Plays: Grosse Schmährede an Der Stadtmauer. Die Kurve
... zusehends while you watch zu-springen a, u to jump at r Zuspruch, »e
encouragement r Zustand, -e condition zu-trauen to think someone capable of,
not put it past someone zuvor first zwar admittedly zweigleisig two-lane
zwölfjährig aged ...
The European Fall: 28 essays on the european crisis
I would not put it past someone to think ofdoingthat.A world with free information
poses athreat to the oldorderand oldcontrol mechanisms, sothereis nothing
strange about thembeing afraid ofsuch a development. Patently, Acta is not
Christoffer Emil Bruun, Tim Davies, 2013