(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.
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My mother taught me to appreciate a job well done: "If you're going to kill each other, do it outside.
You may think it's funny to say that you're going to kill yourself, but you won't feel the same knowing you played a part in someone's decision to go through with it.
One day you're going to kill someone, and you could have killed someone.
So our missiles, even if they are standoff missiles so we're not putting our pilots at risk - you're going to kill a lot of Syrians.
The problem of drugs is such a complex crime you can't just say you're going to kill the pushers.
I kept saying to him 'You're going to kill me, you're going to kill me' and he's like 'Just let go of the car.
But it's an absurd way to defend, if you're going to kill 300 people and counting, overwhelming civilians and children, to avenge the death of one.
He's so generous and complimentary, and he was like, 'Oh you're going to kill.
Exit slowly and create the mother of all bubbles," he warned; "exit more quickly and you're going to kill the patient.
They start pumping and you have to start calling longer shots, nobody likes to do it but that's how you're going to kill birds.
No matter what you do to improve the reliability, if they do fail then you're going to kill someone," Vest says.
But "if you're going to kill non-combatants, people eating dinner, in America, there have to be some rules," he added.