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take someone at his word

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  • take (someone) at (their) word — to decide to believe exactly what someone tells you, even if it does not seem likely to be true. When he said he d give me a job, I took him at his word and turned up the next day at his office …   New idioms dictionary

  • take someone at their word — phrase to do something as a result of what someone has said, even though they may not have meant exactly what they said He said he didn’t mind what we did, and we took him at his word. Thesaurus: to believe or accept that something is true or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take someone at their word — to do something as a result of what someone has said, even though they may not have meant exactly what they said He said he didn t mind what we did, and we took him at his word …   English dictionary

  • take someone at his — ● word …   Useful english dictionary

  • take at one's word — {v. phr.} To believe everything (someone) says; to act on what is said. * /If you say you don t want this coat, I ll take you at your word and throw it away./ * /When the king said he wished to be rid of his advisor, a friend took him at his word …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take at one's word — {v. phr.} To believe everything (someone) says; to act on what is said. * /If you say you don t want this coat, I ll take you at your word and throw it away./ * /When the king said he wished to be rid of his advisor, a friend took him at his word …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ at\ one's\ word — v. phr. To believe everything (someone) says; to act on what is said. If you say you don t want this coat, I ll take you at your word and throw it away. When the king said he wished to be rid of his advisor, a friend took him at his word and… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take someone's word for it — take (someone s) word for it to believe someone. If she says she s sick, you have to take her word for it. I took him at his word when he said he could translate Russian …   New idioms dictionary

  • take a man at his word — take what someone says seriously, treat someone s remarks seriously …   English contemporary dictionary

  • word — [wʉrd] n. [ME < OE, akin to Ger wort < IE * werdh (extension of base * wer , to speak, say) > Gr eirein, to speak, L verbum, word] 1. a) a speech sound, or series of them, serving to communicate meaning and consisting of at least one… …   English World dictionary

  • word — ► NOUN 1) a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used to form sentences with others. 2) a remark or statement. 3) (a word) even the smallest amount of something spoken or written: don t believe a word. 4) (words) angry talk.… …   English terms dictionary