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IM British & World English

An instant message

im- British & World English

Variant spelling of in-, in- assimilated before b, m, p (as in imbibe, immure, impart).

I'm easy British & World English

Said by someone when offered a choice to indicate that they have no particular preference

I'm afraid British & World English

Used to express polite or formal apology or regret

Pei, I. M. British & World English

(B.1917), American architect, born in China; full name Ieoh Ming Pei. Notable works include the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library at Harvard University (1964) and the glass and steel pyramid in the forecourt of the Louvre (1989)

well I'll be damned British & World English

Used to express surprise

well, I'll be jiggered British & World English

Used to express one’s astonishment

I'm damned if British & World English

Used to express a strong negative

I'm a Dutchman British & World English

Used to express one’s disbelief or as a way of underlining an emphatic assertion

I'm buggered if —— British & World English

Used to make the following clause negative

well, I'm buggered British & World English

Used to express one’s amazement at something

I'm all right, Jack British & World English

Used to express selfish complacency

I'm easy in easy British & World English

Said by someone when offered a choice to indicate that they have no particular preference

I'm not being funny, but —— British & World English

Used before a statement or suggestion to point out that it is serious, however facetious or strange it may seem

I'm afraid in afraid British & World English

Used to express polite or formal apology or regret

I'm buggered if —— in bugger British & World English

Used to make the following clause negative

I'm damned if in damn British & World English

Used to express a strong negative

I'm a Dutchman in Dutchman British & World English

Used to express one’s disbelief or as a way of underlining an emphatic assertion

well, I'm buggered in bugger British & World English

Used to express one’s amazement at something

well, I'll be jiggered in jiggered British & World English

Used to express one’s astonishment

I'm all right, Jack in jack1 British & World English

Used to express selfish complacency

I'm or I'll be damned if in damn British & World English

Used to express a strong negative

I'm not being funny, but —— in funny British & World English

Used before a statement or suggestion to point out that it is serious, however facetious or strange it may seem

well, I'm or I'll be buggered in bugger British & World English

Used to express one’s amazement at something


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