What do you think of that?


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What do you think of that?

Used more as a way of emphasizing that one thinks something is remarkable, interesting, or impressive, as opposed to actually inquiring into someone else's opinion or reaction. A: "I just got promoted to general manager of the East-Coast office!" B: "Oh yeah? Well, I oversee 12 different companies around the globe. What do you think of that?" A: "Wow, you sure showed me." A: "Did you know that the Grand Canyon is so huge, it could contain every other river on Earth and not even be half full? What do you think of that?" B: "Super interesting. Thanks, Dad."
See also: of, think, what
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What do you think of that?

 and What do you think about that?
Isn't that remarkable?; What is your opinion of that? Bob: I'm leaving tomorrow and taking all these books with me. What do you think of that? Mary: Not much. Sue: I'm going to start taking cooking lessons. What do you think about that? Bill: I'm overjoyed! John: Thank heavens! Mary: Fortune has smiled on us, indeed!
See also: of, think, what
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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