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    Cool nerve

    Hi,

    Is the following term correct? "He always criticizes me and now he's got the nerve to ask me money"


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    Re: nerve

    Quote Originally Posted by bieasy View Post
    Hi,

    Is the following term correct? "He always criticizes me and now he's got the nerve to ask me for money"
    Yes - the term is fine.

    It means he has the audacity to ask me for money.

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    Re: nerve

    he's got

    or he has the nerve

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