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    farooq is offline Junior Member
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    Default over my dead body

    hi
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    what does"over my dead body" mean I can't understand
    I will very thankfull to you if you help for me
    2. "That's not my kind of houmer" can you explain for me.
    and last one is "Borcht belt"mean

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    Default Re: over my dead body

    A person might say "That's not my kind of humor" to mean he doesn't think something is funny even though other people might.

    over my dead body
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...tml#post186336

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    Hi there, this expression is found in all cultures , when someone says over my dead body that means he rejects something , and doesn't want it to happen at all.

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