English version

not believe/think/do something for a/one moment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot believe/think/do something for a/one momentnot believe/think/do something for a/one momentespecially spokenDON'T THINK SO/DOUBT IT used to say that you did not believe, expect etc something at all He didn’t fool me for a moment. She had never for one moment imagined that it could happen to her. moment
Examples from the Corpus
not believe/think/do something for a/one momentHis leader did not believe for one moment the protestations of innocence.I do not concede for a moment that this is a devolution measure.His hand had not wavered for a moment.Neither team will half-step, not even for a moment.I would not suggest for one moment that they existed here.
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