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Whatever

Meaning/Usage: An expression used to indicate you don't believe the other person

Explanation: This is also commonly used as an expression by itself.  For example, when someone says something outrageous, you can simply respond with "Whatever!"

"Whatever, I know you like him."
"You're saying I can't go out tonight with my friends? Whatever!"
"Whatever!  You know I don't believe you."

A.  "He told me the window was already broken when he got home."
B.  "Whatever, I saw him throw a ball with my own eyes."
A.  "Ok.  I will talk to him about it."
B.  "You should because he is lying."

Other Common Sentences

"I don't agree with you."
"I don't believe you."


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