Meaning of M in English


6ft/2m/12 inches etc tall

He’s only 5 feet tall.

I'm a Celebrity ... Get me Out of Here!

S & M


(I'll be/I'm) damned if ...

(I'm) just looking

"Do you need help with anything?" "No thanks. We're just looking ."

(I'm) much obliged (to you)

Madam Deputy Speaker: I am much obliged to the hon. Gentleman.

(I'm) pleased to meet you

A forty-year-old actor with great presence warmly shakes William's hand Male lead Pleased to meet you.

However, Mrs Singh was pleased to meet her and generally liked all the teachers and what she saw.

I am so pleased to meet you.

We would be very pleased to meet you and feel sure that we can offer you an interesting and worthwhile programme.

I can tell you/I'm telling you

I'm a Dutchman

I'm afraid

I'm afraid you'll just have to wait.

I'm all right Jack

I'm buggered if ...

I'm buggered/bugger me!

I'm easy

"Do you want to stop at the mall now or on the way home?" "I'm easy ."

"Do you want to watch the news or the late night film?'' "I'm easy .''

I'm hoping

I'm not being funny (but)

I'm not in the habit of doing sth

I'm not in the habit of lying to my friends.

I'm not made of money

"Why don't you move to a bigger house?" "I'm not made of money, you know!"

I can't buy you shoes as well - I'm not made of money!

I'm not made of money

I'm not prepared to do sth

I'm not prepared to let them take my business without a fight.

I'm not suggesting

I'm not suggesting that she's stupid or anything.

I'm not telling (you)

I'm only/just doing my job

I'm sorry to say (that)

I'm talking to you!

Hey! I'm talking to you! Look at me!

I'm/We're not worthy

I'm/he's/she's like ...

He was like , huh?

I asked him if he thought Liz was cute, and he's like , yeah, definitely.

We were like , oh no!

I'm/we're/you're talking (about) sth

L reg./M reg. etc

and I'm the Queen of Sheba

as/so far as I'm concerned

correct me if I'm wrong

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't you say you'd never met him before?

correct me if I'm wrong

sorry/I'm sorry

Sorry about all the noise.

Sorry we're late, Shelley.

Sorry , did I step on your foot?

I'm sorry for barging in without ringing the bell.

I'm sorry that I shouted at you.

I'm sorry to bother you, but I need to discuss my essay.

I'm sorry , I didn't mean to be rude.

I'm really sorry , Joanna. I've broken one of your glasses.

I'm really sorry . I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.

while I'm/you're etc at it

while I'm/you're etc at/about it

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.