Not for All the Tea in China | Ask Linda! | Idioms

The idiom “not for all the tea in China” is used for emphasizing that you would not do something, no matter what. A good example would be: I wouldn’t do that girl’s job – not for all the tea in China. Can you use this idiom in an example in the comments below?

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