faintest idea


faintest idea
Faintest idea
If you don`t have the faintest idea, about something you don`t know anything at all about it.

The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.

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  • not have the faintest idea — (not) have the faintest (idea) to have no knowledge of or no information about something. Do you know where Anna is? I haven t the faintest. I haven t the faintest idea what you re talking about. (often + question word) …   New idioms dictionary

  • have the faintest idea — (not) have the faintest (idea) to have no knowledge of or no information about something. Do you know where Anna is? I haven t the faintest. I haven t the faintest idea what you re talking about. (often + question word) …   New idioms dictionary

  • not have the faintest idea — phrase used for emphasizing that you do not know or understand something I haven’t the faintest idea what you mean. Thesaurus: ways of saying that you do not know or understandsynonym Main entry: faintest …   Useful english dictionary

  • not have the faintest idea — to not know anything at all about something. I didn t have the faintest idea where I was or which way I was going – I simply knew I had to get away. These people don t have the foggiest idea what America s really like. Usage notes: also used in… …   New idioms dictionary

  • not have the faintest idea — used for emphasizing that you do not know or understand something I haven t the faintest idea what you mean …   English dictionary

  • I hadn't the faintest idea — I had no idea, I did not know …   English contemporary dictionary

  • the faintest idea — minimal information, knowledge of only a few facts …   English contemporary dictionary

  • faintest — UK [ˈfeɪntɪst] US [ˈfeɪntəst] adjective used for emphasizing that something is very slight or very small There wasn’t the faintest trace of pity on his face. Thesaurus: words used to describe small amounts and quantitiessynonym Phrase: not have… …   Useful english dictionary

  • idea — n. 1) to get, hit upon an idea 2) to develop; entertain, toy with an idea 3) to communicate, disseminate ideas; to market, package an idea 4) to implement an idea 5) to endorse, favor an idea 6) to dismiss, reject an idea 7) a bright, brilliant,… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • idea — i|dea W1S1 [aıˈdıə] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(plan/suggestion)¦ 2¦(knowledge)¦ 3¦(aim/intention)¦ 4¦(how you imagine something to be)¦ 5¦(belief/opinion)¦ 6¦(principle)¦ 7 have an idea (that) 8 get the wrong idea 9 have the right idea …   Dictionary of contemporary English