do you know something


do you know something
(do you) know something are you aware of something.

You know something? Drinking and driving don't mix!

Know something? I'm pretty disgusted with you!


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • you know something/what? — informal 1 used to emphasize the statement that comes after it You know something? I never trusted her. She lied to me again, but you know what? I really just don t care any more. 2 used to get someone s attention Hey …   Useful english dictionary

  • you know something ? — you know something (or what) ? informal used to indicate that one is going to say something interesting or surprising you know what? I believed her …   Useful english dictionary

  • you know something — you ˈknow something/ˈwhat? idiom (informal) used to introduce an interesting or surprising opinion, piece of news, etc. • You know something? I ve never really enjoyed Christmas. Main entry: ↑knowidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • you know what? — you ˈknow something/ˈwhat? idiom (informal) used to introduce an interesting or surprising opinion, piece of news, etc. • You know something? I ve never really enjoyed Christmas. Main entry: ↑knowidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • know something — (do you) know something are you aware of something. You know something? Drinking and driving don t mix! Know something? I m pretty disgusted with you! …   New idioms dictionary

  • You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) — «You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)» Сингл The Beatles Сторона «А» «Let It Be» Выпущен 6 марта 1970 Формат 7″ Записан 17 мая, 7 и 8 июня 1967, 30 апреля 1969 …   Википедия

  • You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) — Single par The Beatles Face A Let It Be Face B You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) Sortie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • you know — (informal) Used as a conversation filler, marking a pause, sometimes for emphasis but often almost meaningless • • • Main Entry: ↑know * * * informal used to imply that what is being referred to is known to or understood by the listener when in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • know (something) (off) by heart — know/learn (something) (off) by heart if you know or learn something, especially a piece of writing, by heart, you know or learn it so that you can remember it perfectly. He s my favourite poet. I know several of his poems by heart …   New idioms dictionary

  • you-know-who — youˈ know whatˈ, youˈ know whoˈ noun Some unspecified but well understood or well known thing or person • • • Main Entry: ↑you * * * you know who (or you know what) used to refer to someone (or something) known to the hearer without specifying… …   Useful english dictionary