What does it mean to not be a fan of someone?
The expression, “I’m not a fan of his/her” or “I’m no fan of his/hers”, is often used when someone means they dislike a particular person, their views, work or their policies. More often than not, the speaker uses it in a non-derogatory fashion.
What does a fan of yours mean?
1- I am a big fan of you. = I like you a lot. 2- I am a big fan of yours. = I’m one of your big fans.
How do you say I am a fan of yours?
‘… big fan of yours’ is both the usual expression, and is the correct form as well.
What is the meaning of I am big fan of you?
If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.
What do you call a non fan?
: a person who is not a fan McCartney fans will probably be entranced by his greatest-hits approach. Nonfans will be in a state beyond entrancement—namely sleep.— Michael Musto.
What can I say instead of fans?
Synonyms & Antonyms of fan
- (also afficionado),
How do I say I am my biggest fan?
“I’m proud of you”.
Is I’m a correct?
There’s no difference between them. I’m is a contraction of I am. I am is used in formal writings.
What is opposite of fan?
Opposite of a person who is fanatical about a particular activity, person or interest. critic. nonfan. censurer. detractor.
What are antonyms for fan?
Antonyms & Near Antonyms for fan. calm, soothe, subdue, tranquilize.
How do you say big fan to someone?
“She is a keen photographer, is a big fan of basketball and is passionate about deep sea diving.”…What is another word for big fan?
|huge admirer||great admirer|
What does I’m not a fan of his/her mean?
The expression, “ I’m not a fan of his/her ” or “ I’m no fan of his/hers ”, is often used when someone means they dislike a particular person, their views, work or their policies. More often than not, the speaker uses it in a non-derogatory fashion.
What does I’m not a fan of negativity mean?
You can be a fan of someone or something as well! So, it’s fine to say that you are a fan or not a fan of something. A person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing. The thing could be tangible or intangible. So, when you are not a big fan of negativity, you don’t admire/like negativity.
Is it common to say You’re Not much of a fan?
It’s common in English to say that you’re not much of a fan of something/someone to indicate that you don’t like it/them much, if at all. I’m not much of a fan of Jacob Rees-Mogg, the British Conservative MP, but I have to admit his English is flawless.
What does I am not a (big) fan of X mean?
You don’t always use “I am not a (big) fan of X” for things like food or movies. You broadly use it for ideas/ideologies you hate or dislike. I am not a (big) fan of negativity. It means you are against negativity, you don’t like people who are negative, or you are not a negative person depending on context.