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What does this idiom mean: "I'll eat my hat."



 
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What does this idiom mean: "I'll eat my hat." #1 (permalink) Tue Aug 28, 2007 13:16 pm   What does this idiom mean: "I'll eat my hat."
 

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ESL/EFL Test #268 "Eating Idioms", question 4

Well, I'll eat my hat! -- means: I dont' ..........

(a) trust it
(b) understand it
(c) believe it
(d) accept it

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #268 "Eating Idioms", answer 4

Well, I'll eat my hat! -- means: I dont' believe it.

Correct answer: (c) believe it
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What does this idiom mean: "I'll eat my hat." #2 (permalink) Tue Aug 28, 2007 13:21 pm   What does this idiom mean: "I'll eat my hat."
 

Well, I'll eat my hat! -- means: I dont' believe it.
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