not think much of (someone or something)

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not think much of (someone or something)

To have very little esteem or regard for someone or something; to have a negative opinion of someone or something. I can't tell my parents didn't think much of Mary's new boyfriend. The boss hasn't thought much of your work so far, so you'd better start trying a bit harder!
See also: much, not, of, think

not think much of

Have little regard for, have a low opinion of, as in Bill doesn't think much of the carpentry work in that house. The phrase not much has been used in this sense since the mid-1800s.
See also: much, not, of, think
References in classic literature ?
Randolph wouldn't go either; he says he doesn't think much of old castles.
Despite his claims to be a patriot, it became obvious a long time ago that Robertson doesn't think much of America, our judicial system, our government and the way most people choose to go about their lives without conforming to his mandates.
Surely I'm not the only one who doesn't think much of a Government that doesn't have faith in Great Britain.
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