English version

nothing of the sort/kind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnothing of the sort/kindnothing of the sort/kindspokenREFUSEUNTRUE used to say strongly or angrily that something is not true or will not happen ‘I’ll pay.’ ‘You’ll do nothing of the sort!’ nothing
Examples from the Corpus
nothing of the sort/kindEven apparent moves by the regime to resolve the crisis turn out on closer inspection to be nothing of the kind.In reality, of course, Pooley had done nothing of the kind.It is nothing of the kind.Maggie expected him to look annoyed but he did nothing of the sort.Uncle Allen remembered nothing of the sort.But nothing of the sort happens.It sounds unkind, but nothing of the sort was ever remotely true of Borg.
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