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Definition of Idiomatic Expressions


What does you're killing me mean?

Meaning of idioms with examples...

you're killing me


The phrase you're killing me is an exaggerated way of saying that something or someone is very funny.

This idiomatic expression means that the person you are talking to is so funny that one could die from laughing.

Another variation of this idiom is:
I almost died laughing.

It's also possible to use expressions like "it's killing me" or "you're killing me" to mean that you are anxious about something or when something is driving you crazy.


Your jokes are hilarious. You're killing me!
Stop your nonsense. You're killing me!
I don't know what happened between Sara and John. It's killing me, the mystery!

This idiom is in the death category

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