One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that one intends to prevent someone from doing what they were about to do.‘Sharon went to get in the taxi. “Oh no you don't,” said Steve’
- ‘‘Oh no you don't!’ I shouted, jumping for the door before he could.’
- ‘No you don't lad. Let William and Jack go after them.’
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