You mean to tell me

You mean to tell me something

? Go to (Do) you mean to say something?
See also: mean, tell
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Do you mean to tell me," I said, "that you know of another man who has seen what I have seen?
Do you mean to tell me, Bill,' said the Jew: softening as the other grew heated: 'that neither of the two men in the house can be got over?
Anne, do you mean to tell me it's true what I've heard--that Dr.
Do you mean to tell me, friend John, that you have no suspicion as to what poor Lucy died of, not after all the hints given, not only by events, but by me?
Do you mean to tell me that you do not believe in regulating these various outrageous exercises of power?
Do you mean to tell me, in plain English," I said, "that Miss Rachel has stolen her own Diamond?
But if you mean to tell me that I'm never to open my lips--'
Do you mean to tell me," I said, "that your mother was out on the sands to-day for the express purpose of making acquaintance with Me?
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