about to

1. Close to; ready to. — Used with an infinitive.
We were about to leave when the snow began.
I haven't gone yet, but I'm about to.
2.  {informal}
Having a wish or plan to. — Used with an infinitive in negative sentences.
Freddy wasn't about to give me any of his ice-cream cone.
"Will she come with us?" asked Bill. "She's not about to," answered Mary.
Categories: informal

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