Definition of I will thank you to do something in English:

I will thank you to do something

phrase

  • Used to make a request conveying reproach or annoyance.

    ‘I'll thank you not to interrupt me again’
    • ‘‘No ‘buts,’ sir, and I will thank you to leave now.’’
    • ‘If [a trader should] take the bill to the banker's, at whose house it is made payable, and say, ‘Gentlemen, I will thank you to inform me if the accepter of this bill be a respectable man - May I safely give goods or money in exchange for it?’’
    • ‘I am your Supreme Commander for this operation, and I will thank you to remember it.’
    • ‘My heart is mine and mine alone, and I will thank you to provide me with the privacy I deserve!’
    • ‘I am not a dragon and I will thank you to pass that on to any others your age who share this absurd phobia!’