you/you'd better believe it

Definition of you/you'd better believe it

  1. —used to indicate that the speaker emphatically agrees with a statement or sentiment “Do you think they can win?” “You/You'd better believe it!”

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  the one or ones being addressed — compare thee, thou, ye, your, yours

    :  one

you'dplay
  1. :  you had :  you would

betterplay
  1. : comparative ofgood

    :  greater than half

    :  improved in health or mental attitude

  1. :  to make better (see 1better): such as

    :  to make more tolerable or acceptable

    :  to make more complete or perfect

  1. : comparative ofwell

    :  in a more excellent manner

    :  to greater advantage :  preferably

  1. :  something better (see 1better)

    :  a superior especially in merit or rank

    :  advantage, victory

  1. :  had better (see 3better 1b)

believeplay
  1. :  to have a firm religious faith

    :  to accept something as true, genuine, or real

    :  to have a firm conviction as to the goodness, efficacy, or ability of something


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