say no more
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say no more
1. I will do what you need, so there's no need to ask me directly. A: "The lawn needs to be cut, but my back is too sore to do it myself." B: "Say no more, I'll take care of it this weekend. Anything else I can help you out with?"
2. I understand, so there's no need to elaborate further. A: "If the pipe continues to leak, we'll start losing pressure, and if that happens—" B: "Say no more. So, how do we stop the leak?" A: "I'm just saying, if your parents are still so happy together, they must have a really healthy sex li—" B: "Say no more! That is not something I needed to think about."
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Say no more.
Inf. I agree.; I will do it.; I concede, no need to continue talking. John: Someone ought to take this stuff outside. Bill: Say no more. Consider it done. Mary: Shouldn't we turn here if we plan to visit Jane? Alice: Say no more. Here we go.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
ˌsay no ˈmore(spoken) it is not necessary for somebody to continue speaking because you already understand the situation: ‘He’s only 21, and he’s marrying a rich old lady of 65.’ ‘Say no more!’
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