or fuh·ged·da·boud·it, fug·ged·a·boud·it
[ fuh-ged-uh-bou-tit or fuh-ged-uh-bou-dit ]
/ fəˈgɛd əˌbaʊ tɪt or fəˈgɛd əˌbaʊ dɪt /
contraction of forget about it (used especially to emphasize improbability, and often used as an interjection): If you think you’re getting more money, fuggedaboutit!
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a person who acts as though he or she knows everything and who dismisses the opinions, comments, or suggestions of others.
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Sometimes for·ged·a·boud·it, for·ged·da·boud·it [fer-ged-uh-bou-dit] /fərˈgɛd əˌbaʊ dɪt/ .
Origin of fuggedaboutit
First recorded in 1985–90
Words nearby fuggedaboutit
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Example sentences from the Web for fuggedaboutit
Fuggedaboutit—never was going to happen, anyway, pure propaganda, and not my area of responsibility.