English version

not think much of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot think much of somebody/somethingnot think much of somebody/somethingDON'T LIKEto not like someone or something very much I didn’t think much of his new girlfriend. think
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not think much of somebody/somethingLater I gathered she did not think much of my manners.I don't think much of that new restaurant.He did not think much of the lectures.He does not think much of the Midwest, which he calls a backward, dumb but snobbish place.He does not think much of the students or professors either.
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