Definition of you wouldn't catch —— doing something in English:

you wouldn't catch —— doing something

informal Used to indicate that there is no possibility of the person mentioned doing what is specified: you wouldn’t catch me walking back to the house alone at night
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  • While you wouldn't catch me, or I'd imagine, most sane people, driving a vehicle out onto a frozen lake, it's fun to watch the people ice fishing, being pulled on skis or just taking a leisurely stroll.
  • I wonder if the people look down on us queuing up and laugh, thinking you wouldn't catch me in a car.
  • Well, you wouldn't catch me behind the stick of one of those things.
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