What do you know (for sure)?

What do you know (for sure)?

Used as an informal, familiar greeting. Hello, Tom—what do you know for sure? A: "Hey, Mike. B: "Bill! Long time no see. What do you know?"
See also: know, what
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What do you know for sure?

Inf. How are you?; What do you know? (Familiar. An elaboration of What do you know? Does not require a direct answer.) Tom: Hey, man! What do you know for sure? Bill: Howdy, Tom. What's new? John: How are you doing, old buddy? Bill: Great, John! John: What do you know for sure? Bill: Nothing much.
See also: know, what

What do you know (about that)?

Inf. That is very interesting. Tom: I heard that Jim and Mary are getting married. Jane: Well! What do you know about that? What do you know? Bill finally sold his house!
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What do you know?

Inf. a typical inquiry on greeting someone. (A specific answer is not expected. Often pronounced "Wha-da-ya know?") Bob: Hey, Tom! What do you know? Tom: Look who's here! Hi, Bob! John: What do you know? Mary: Nothing. How are you? John: Okay.
See also: what
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what do you know (about that)?

used as an expression of surprise. informal, chiefly North American
See also: what
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(well) what do you ˈknow (about ˈthat)?

(informal) used to express surprise: Well, what do you know? Look who’s here!
See also: what
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