(one) is going to murder (someone)

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(one) is going to murder (someone)

One will be extremely, belligerently angry with someone (though not with an actual intent to kill them). Mom is going to murder you if she finds out you broke her antique vase! I swear, I'm going to murder him if he goes poking his nose in my room again.
See also: going, murder
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They were as high minded as they were keen, with founder member Norman Veitch declaring: "If we're going to murder plays, let's murder the best.
His brother and cofounder Norman is said to have ambitiously quipped: "If we're going to murder plays, let's murder the best
One night, they started saying, 'Carol, we're going to murder you' in a scary voice.
One night they started saying, 'Carol, we're going to murder you' in a scary voice.
It had Roker boss Jimmy Adamson boldly predicting: "I'm sure we'll stay up - and we're going to murder Spurs on Saturday