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can’t/don’t believe something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcan’t/don’t believe somethingcan’t/don’t believe somethingSURPRISEDused when you are very surprised or shocked by something I can’t believe he’s expecting us to work on Sunday! I couldn’t believe it when he told me what had happened.can hardly/scarcely believe something I could scarcely believe my luck. believe
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can’t/don’t believe somethingWhen I saw the video, I was like, I don't believe it!I can't believe you lied to me!
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