I kid you not

I kid you not
амер. Я не смеюсь над тобой [вами]

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  • kid you not — tell the truth, not joke    There were three large circles in the field, I kid you not …   English idioms

  • I kid you not. — sent. I am not kidding. (Attributed to the entertainer Jack Paar.) □ She is a great singer. I kid you not. □ I kid you not. This is the best …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • I kid you not — humorous phrase used for saying that you are telling the truth Thesaurus: ways of emphasizing that something is true or exactsynonym Main entry: kid …   Useful english dictionary

  • I kid you not — humorous used for saying that you are telling the truth …   English dictionary

  • I kid you not — assertion that one is speaking the truth …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • I kid you not — Australian Slang assertion that one is speaking the truth …   English dialects glossary

  • kid — kid1 [ kıd ] noun *** 1. ) count INFORMAL a young adult: a bunch of middle class college kids a ) kids plural someone s sons or daughters: Have you got kids of your own? We took the kids to the zoo last weekend. b ) a child: There was a group of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • kid — kid1 W2S1 [kıd] n [Date: 1100 1200; : Old Norse; Origin: kith] 1.) informal a child ▪ She d always loved animals since she was a little kid . ▪ He s married with three kids. ▪ A neighbor volunteered to keep an eye on the kids (=their children or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • kid — I UK [kɪd] / US noun Word forms kid : singular kid plural kids *** 1) [countable] informal a child There was a group of kids playing football in the street. a) a young adult a bunch of middle class college kids b) kids [plural] someone s sons or… …   English dictionary

  • kid — 1 /kId/ noun 1 (C) informal a child: the kids (=children that you are responsible for): I m taking the kids to the zoo today. see child 2 (C) informal a young person: college kids 3 (C) informal a son or daughter 4 kid s stuff brE /kid stuff AmE… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • kid — I. /kɪd / (say kid) noun 1. a young goat. 2. kidskin. 3. Colloquial a child or young person. 4. Colloquial a son or daughter. 5. Horseracing Colloquial an apprentice jockey. 6. Obsolete (in thieves slang) a young thief. –verb (i) (kidded,… …  


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