meet (one's) maker

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meet (one's) maker

To die. Please stop speeding, I don't want to meet my maker today!
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meet your maker

die. humorous or euphemistic
This expression alludes to the Christian belief that, after death, the soul goes to be judged by God, its creator.
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meet your ˈMaker

(especially humorous) die: The car was out of control. There was nothing I could do except prepare to meet my maker!
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It's been a year in which Kathy Beale returned from the dead on EastEnders, Callum Logan met his maker on Coronation Street, the glove-handed killer continued her reign in Hollyoaks, the summer fete in Emmerdale changed lives forever and Doctors celebrated its 3,000th episode with an hour-long special.
In the new release Bridget Jones has two kids and a 30-year-old toyboy, so Darcy's saving grace was that he saved a few pennies on maintenance before he met his maker.
PORTER Jason Callaghan met his maker through some particularly enigmatic circumstances on January 14, 1847.
Killer John Stape appeared to have met his maker after throwing himself off a hospital roof to escape arrest.
HERE'S the moment Osama bin Laden met his maker - a 22-year-old Lego fanatic.
He drives the length and breadth of the country in the name of research but nearly met his maker when he was hit in the Trossachs.
His brother - remember the one who died, but was really alive and then moved down to Brazil - finally met his maker for real and Horatio's nephew turned out to be earning a little extra pocket money on the side as a drug mule.
Logic dictates that Top Gear presenter Richard The Hamster Hammond should have met his maker in the appalling crash he had last year.
In this scenario, playing at the Mark Taper Forum, the deceased ``King'' is a cholo gang lord who met his maker at the hands of his forward- thinking wife, Clemencia.
by Walter Winchell and the "high priest of sick comedians" by Time had met his maker in signature style.
At the end of a week of tense episodes John Stape, played by Graeme Hawley, right, appeared to have met his maker after throwing himself from a hospital roof.