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be (really) something
To be particularly noteworthy, remarkable, interesting, special, or impressive. Wow, this new car of yours is really something! A: "I hope we get a chance to meet the band after the concert." B: "Yeah, now that would be really something!"
See also: something
An interjection of interest, surprise, or irritation, usually said in response to a comment from another person. Oh really? How do you know my mom? Oh really? Well, if you don't need me telling you what to do, then I guess you don't need me cooking for you either!
(it) (really) doesn't matter to me
I have no preference. A: "Where do you want to go to dinner." B: "It doesn't matter to me; any place you pick is fine."
See also: matter
see (one) for what (one) (really) is
To recognize one's true identity or nature. It was only after overhearing a conversation she wasn't supposed to witness that Hailey saw Doug for what he really is—a two-faced backstabber. I wish Janet would see me for who I am, and not lump me together will all those other jerks in the office.
(I) really must go.
an expression announcing or repeating one's intention to depart. Bob: It's getting late. I really must go. Jane: Good night, then. See you tomorrow. Sally: I really must go. John: Do you really have to? It's early yet.
Like I really give a shit!and LIRGAS
exclam. & comp. abb. I really don’t care. (Usually objectionable.) You are telling me this why? LIRGAS!
What’s really good witcha?
interrog. How are you? Mooshoo! What’s really good witcha.