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terminate someone with extreme prejudice

Definition of terminate someone with extreme prejudice in English:

euphemistic , chiefly US Murder or assassinate someone (used as a euphemism).
Example sentences
  • If I told you I'd have to remotely terminate you with extreme prejudice immediately afterwards!
  • They might send missiles or the guy next door might be about to terminate you with extreme prejudice.
  • If you have a heavy-breathing guy in a mask trying to terminate you with extreme prejudice while you're doing this, your hands will probably be shaking, so add at least a minute to the process.
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