something that you say in order to tell someone not to be angry when another person has upset them, but instead to do something that will upset that person very much: This is my advice to wives whose husbands have left them for a younger woman – don’t get mad , get even ! 6 дней назад
This expression was a saying popularized by the US president John F. Kennedy , who called it ‘that wonderful law of the Boston Irish political jungle’.
come, come/come now. phrase. used for telling someone not to be upset or nervous. cool it. phrase. used for telling someone to become less angry or excited. don’t sweat it. phrase. fear not. phrase. get over it. phrasal verb. (keep your) chin up. phrase. keep your hair on. phrase. keep your pecker up. phrase.
phrase. If you say that you are going to get even with someone , you mean that you are going to cause them the same amount of harm or annoyance as they have caused you. [informal]
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For example, “she’s mad about that boy” (figuratively) implies “insane”, while “don’t make me mad ” implies “angry”. To ” get mad ” is to get angry, while to “go mad ” is to go insane. –
14 Things to Say to Someone With Anxiety ( Instead of ‘Don’t Worry “I’m here.” “You can always talk to me.” “I’m listening.” “You’re not alone.” “Let’s go somewhere quiet.” “Your feelings are valid.” “You’re allowed to feel anxious, even if you don’t know why.” “I might not understand what you’re going through, but I’m always here for you to talk to me if you need to.”
no worries forget it. it’s nothing . my pleasure. no problem. not at all. you are welcome.
Synonyms :whatever, anyhow, anyway, noto speak of, no matter how/where/what etc., not to worry , I’m not bothered, so what?
Hypernym for Getting even : reciprocation, requital, retaliation, revenge, tit for tat, payment.
1. To not be indebted (to someone) for something; to not owe (someone) anything. I helped Sarah set up the community center for her casino night in return for her helping me move, so she and I are even now.
despite: She left home in the face of strong opposition from her parents. Also, in the face of something can mean being threatened with something: In the face of several lawsuits, the company took the product off the market. 6 дней назад