Definition of make no mistake (about it) in English:

make no mistake (about it)

phrase

informal
  • Do not be deceived into thinking otherwise.

    ‘he's passionate about football, make no mistake’
    • ‘Let's make no mistake about it - part of the ant-globalisation movement is resentment towards the United States, the world's hyper-power.’
    • ‘Second, of course, is the fact that - make no mistake about it and we certainly don't attempt to skirt the issue whatsoever - we are engaged in war.’
    • ‘And make no mistake about it: They knew what they were doing.’
    • ‘Because if we have to adopt such tactics it can only have a negative effect on our own team preparation, and make no mistake about it, we have forwards that will also want the full width of this superb stadium.’
    • ‘And make no mistake about it, recruiting is tough duty.’
    • ‘And they can be lethal, make no mistake about it.’
    • ‘But make no mistake about it, we support Israel.’
    • ‘This is a serious football team and make no mistake about that!’
    • ‘And make no mistake about it, this nation is sad.’
    • ‘But make no mistake about it, she's a world figure.’