Meaning of not a bit of it in English:

not a bit of it

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British
  • Not at all.

    ‘Am I being unduly cynical? Not a bit of it’
    • ‘After the torrential rain on Saturday, we had thought the event might be a bit of a wash-out, but not a bit of it.’
    • ‘It sounds like a recipe for gross self-indulgence, but not a bit of it: ‘I've actually lost nearly a stone and a half since coming here.’’
    • ‘When the Express closed, and then later the ill - fated Scottish Daily News, you'd have thought the bar would close but not a bit of it.’
    • ‘You would think after 20 years he would be jaded, but not a bit of it.’
    • ‘You might think, therefore, that he would welcome a move to reduce the taxes paid by those having their first child, but not a bit of it!’