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you'll catch my cold

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  • You'll catch your death of cold! — (You ll) catch (your) death (of cold)! informal something that you say to warn someone that they will become ill if they go outside while they are wet or wearing too few clothes. You can t go out dressed like that in this weather you ll catch… …   New idioms dictionary

  • You'll catch death of cold! — (You ll) catch (your) death (of cold)! informal something that you say to warn someone that they will become ill if they go outside while they are wet or wearing too few clothes. You can t go out dressed like that in this weather you ll catch… …   New idioms dictionary

  • You'll catch your death! — (You ll) catch (your) death (of cold)! informal something that you say to warn someone that they will become ill if they go outside while they are wet or wearing too few clothes. You can t go out dressed like that in this weather you ll catch… …   New idioms dictionary

  • You'll catch death! — (You ll) catch (your) death (of cold)! informal something that you say to warn someone that they will become ill if they go outside while they are wet or wearing too few clothes. You can t go out dressed like that in this weather you ll catch… …   New idioms dictionary

  • you'll catch your death (of cold) — you’ll catch your death (of cold) spoken phrase used for warning someone that if they go outside when it is cold or wet they will become ill Thesaurus: ways of warning or advising someonesynonym Main entry: death …   Useful english dictionary

  • catch someone cold — catch (someone) cold American to surprise someone with an event, a question, or a piece of news they are not expecting. You caught me cold with this news I didn t know anything about it …   New idioms dictionary

  • cold — I UK [kəʊld] / US [koʊld] adjective Word forms cold : adjective cold comparative colder superlative coldest *** Other ways of saying that the weather is cold: cool slightly cold, but often in a pleasant and comfortable way, especially during hot… …   English dictionary

  • cold — cold1 [ kould ] adjective *** 1. ) with a low temperature, or a temperature that is lower than normal: The water was too cold for a shower. a ) used about the weather: It was bitterly cold that day. a cold winter morning b ) used about people and …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cold n — Which is faster hot or cold? Hot You can catch a cold …   English expressions

  • catch — [kætʆ] verb caught PTandPP [kɔːt ǁ kɒːt] [transitive] 1. be caught in something to be in a situation that is difficult to escape from: • The government is caught in the middle of the dispute. • The yen was caught in a downward spiral. 2 …   Financial and business terms

  • catch your death of cold! — (You ll) catch (your) death (of cold)! informal something that you say to warn someone that they will become ill if they go outside while they are wet or wearing too few clothes. You can t go out dressed like that in this weather you ll catch… …   New idioms dictionary

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