I Don’t Buy It | English Idiom

I don’t buy it = I don’t believe it.

  • They say prices are going to fall, but I don’t buy it.
  • She said that she was not in love, but I wouldn’t buy it.

A sample piece of conversation

A: Why did you hit John?

B: He said some mean things to me the other day.

A: No, I don’t buy it. He is a decent guy. He won’t do it.

B: He did, and that’s why I hit him.

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