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What kind of situation for this "spare me." ?
Jun 21, 2010 5:34 AM
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Hi Ted. In speech you might see it used like this: A: "I'm sory I'm late for work, my bicycle had a flat tyre and I had to wait for a friend to give me a ride." B: "Spare me your excuses! Just make sure you get here on time." In a general sense, it means 'don't torment me', or even 'don't kill me'.
June 21, 2010
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