(one) is going to kill (someone)

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(one) is going to kill (someone)

One will be extremely, belligerently angry with someone (though not with an actual intent to kill them). Mom is going to kill you if she finds out you broke her antique vase! I swear, I'm going to kill him if he goes poking his nose in my room again.
See also: going, kill
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She told the court: "I just thought, 'This is it, he's going to kill me'.
She said: "I had only put the phone down for 10 minutes and Emma (Alice's older sister) rang and said 'Mum, you cannot tell that to her, he's going to kill her, you have to do something.
He's going to kill me when he sees this," she said.
He constantly says his brain hurts, he can't control his anger and he's going to kill himself, me, his sisters, dad, grandparents, teachers, the list is endless
I haven't talked to him at all, but I heard he took some shots, talking about how he's going to kill me or something.
Even though your Chihuahua may act like he's going to kill that Great Dane, the fact is that one bite from that Great Dane might be fatal.
Amanat said she feared "that he's going to kill everyone.
Feeling ignored, he directs his taped message crusade to Nixon, accusing him of lying to the American public and saying that he's going to kill him.
When my father said it was me, he exclaimed, 'You want to get the silly bugger from there - he's going to kill himself
He hit my hand away and told me to move the train or he's going to kill me," George said.
I think if Manny just punches down the middle, he's going to kill Hatton.
Growling out a noirish voiceover, supported by Joby Talbot's portentous score, Preest informs auds he's going to kill a man.
She runs off, devastated, and Darren announces he's going to kill Jay.