Don't Try Anything
Dear friends and Teachers,
- I just watched an American action film, when person A is captured, and then the person B said this "I'll be right back, and don't try anything".
- Does "don't try anything" in this context mean "Don't try to do anything to run away", correct?
Thanks a million!
Re: Don't Try Anything
Yes. But it's broader than that. It means don't try:
Originally Posted by namsteven
- cell-phoning a colleague
- untying yourself
- shouting out
Basically, it means: Don't try anything that I wouldn't like when I get back.
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