not to mention

  • 1 not to mention — (someone/something) and also someone or something else. Gaining weight didn t help her health, not to mention the high blood pressure that ran in her family. They don t have any of the players from that championship team anymore, not to mention… …

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  • 2 not\ to\ mention — • not to mention • not to speak of • to say nothing of Without ever needing to speak of; in addition to; besides. Used to add something to what you have said or explained. Dave is handsome and smart not to mention being a good athlete. They have… …

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  • 3 not to mention — adverb much less (Freq. 2) she can t boil potatoes, let alone cook a meal • Syn: ↑let alone * * * IN ADDITION TO, as well as; not counting, not including, to say nothing of, aside from, besides. → …

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  • 4 not to mention — or[not to speak of] or[to say nothing of] Without ever needing to speak of; in addition to; besides. Used to add something to what you have said or explained. * /Dave is handsome and smart not to mention being a good athlete./ * /They have three… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 5 not to mention — or[not to speak of] or[to say nothing of] Without ever needing to speak of; in addition to; besides. Used to add something to what you have said or explained. * /Dave is handsome and smart not to mention being a good athlete./ * /They have three… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 6 not to mention — if the party s canceled, we ll have to notify the guests, not to mention the caterers Syn: in addition to, as well as; not counting, not including, to say nothing of, aside from, besides …

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  • 7 not to mention — phrasal not even yet counting or considering ; and notably in addition < a proposal that s risky and expensive, not to mention unethical > …

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  • 8 not to mention — conjunction much less, let alone Betsy cant seem to boil the potatoes, not to mention prepare an entire meal …

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  • 9 not to mention — used for adding a comment that emphasizes the main idea of what you have already said The weather here is gorgeous, not to mention the wonderful food …

    English dictionary

  • 10 not to mention — idi in addition to: They own two houses, not to mention a boat[/ex] …

    From formal English to slang

  • 11 not to mention — not even considering; besides …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 12 not to mention someone — not to mention (someone/something) and also someone or something else. Gaining weight didn t help her health, not to mention the high blood pressure that ran in her family. They don t have any of the players from that championship team anymore,… …

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  • 13 not to mention something — not to mention (someone/something) and also someone or something else. Gaining weight didn t help her health, not to mention the high blood pressure that ran in her family. They don t have any of the players from that championship team anymore,… …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 14 not to mention in the same breath — not to compare the two, not to hold both to be equal …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 15 not to mention the fact that — furthermore, and furthermore …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 16 mention — [men′shən, men′chən] n. [ME mencion < OFr mention < L mentio < mens (gen. mentis), MIND] 1. a brief, often incidental, reference or statement 2. a citing for honor vt. 1. to refer to or speak about briefly or incidentally; specify, as by …

    English World dictionary

  • 17 not\ to\ speak\ of — • not to mention • not to speak of • to say nothing of Without ever needing to speak of; in addition to; besides. Used to add something to what you have said or explained. Dave is handsome and smart not to mention being a good athlete. They have… …

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  • 18 Not Quite Dead Enough —   …

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  • 19 mention — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ brief, passing ▪ special ▪ earliest, first ▪ The earliest mention of the town is in a 16th century manuscript …

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  • 20 mention — men|tion1 W1S1 [ˈmenʃən] v [T] 1.) to talk or write about something or someone, usually quickly and without saying very much or giving details ▪ Was my name mentioned at all? ▪ Some of the problems were mentioned in his report. mention sth to sb… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English


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