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Me US English

Maine

me1 US English

Used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition

ME US English

Maine (in official postal use)

shiver my timbers US English

A mock oath attributed to sailors

mi US English

(In solmization) the third note of a major scale

try me US English

Used to suggest that one may be willing to do something unexpected or unlikely

me-too US English

Relating to the adoption or imitation of another person’s views or policies, often for political advantage

fuck-me US English

(Of clothing, especially shoes) inviting or perceived as inviting sexual interest

me time US English

Time spent relaxing on one’s own as opposed to working or doing things for others, seen as an opportunity to reduce stress or restore energy

mini-me US English

A person closely resembling a smaller or younger version of another

pardon me US English

Used to indicate that one has not heard or understood something

permit me US English

Used for politeness before making a suggestion or expressing an intention

don't —— me US English

Do not use the word —— to me

excuse me US English

Said politely in various contexts, for example when attempting to get someone’s attention, asking someone to move so that one may pass, or interrupting or disagreeing with a speaker

stone me! US English

An exclamation of surprise or shock

believe me US English

Used to emphasize the truth of a statement or assertion

search me! US English

I do not know (used for emphasis)

give me —— US English

I prefer or admire ——

pick-me-up US English

A thing that makes one feel more energetic or cheerful

let me see US English

Said as an appeal for time to think before speaking

woe is me! US English

An ironical or humorous exclamation of sorrow or distress

so help me US English

Used to emphasize that one means what one is saying

let me see US English

Used when one is pausing, trying to remember something, or considering one’s next words

me generation US English

A generation of people that are concerned chiefly with themselves, especially in being selfishly materialistic

blow me down US English

An exclamation of surprise

poor-me-one US English

The common potoo (bird), which has a nocturnal call consisting of a number of descending notes

touch-me-not US English

A plant of the balsam family whose ripe seed capsules open explosively when touched, scattering seeds over some distance

hand-me-down US English

A garment or other item that has been passed on from another person

me and mine US English

My relatives

try me in try US English

Used to suggest that one may be willing to do something unexpected or unlikely

don't ask me! US English

Used to indicate that one does not know the answer to a question and that one is surprised or irritated to be questioned

reach-me-down US English

(Of a garment) ready-made or second-hand

Show Me State US English

A nickname for the state of Missouri.

commend me to US English

Remember me kindly to (someone)

forget-me-not US English

A low-growing plant of the borage family that typically has blue flowers and is a popular ornamental

strike me pink US English

Used to express astonishment or indignation

words fail me US English

Used to express one’s disbelief or dismay

give me —— in give US English

I prefer or admire ——

if you ask me US English

Used to emphasize that a statement is one’s personal opinion

tell me about it US English

Used as an ironic acknowledgment of one’s familiarity with a difficult or unpleasant situation or experience described by someone else

tell me another US English

Used as an expression of disbelief or incredulity

you're telling me! US English

Used to emphasize that one is already well aware of something or in complete agreement with a statement

take it from me US English

I can assure you

believe me in believe US English

Used to emphasize the truth of a statement or assertion

excuse me in excuse US English

Said politely in various contexts, for example when attempting to get someone’s attention, asking someone to move so that one may pass, or interrupting or disagreeing with a speaker

give me a break US English

Used to express exasperation, protest, or disbelief

it's Greek to me US English

I can’t understand it at all

let me tell you US English

Used to emphasize a statement

noli me tangere US English

A warning or prohibition against meddling or interference

murder one in murder US English

First-degree (or second-degree) murder


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