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for two pins I'd (or he'd, she'd, etc.) ——

Definition of for two pins I'd or he'd, she'd, etc. —— in English:

British Used to convey strong temptation to do something, typically from annoyance or irritation: for two pins I’d have tipped that bowl and all its contents over her
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