English Phrase of the Day

no kidding


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no kidding
     1. interj. (colloquial) An exclamation of amazement.
     2. interj. (colloquial, sarcastic) Said in response to an obvious statement.
     1. n. A form of classical Japanese musical drama.
     2. det. Not any.
           no one
           There is no water left.
           No hot dogs were sold yesterday.
     1. v. present participle of kid
     2. n. The action of the verb (m, en, kid).
     3. n. (agriculture) The act of a goat giving birth.
          1. n. A goat kid.
          2. n. A young goat.
                He treated the oxen like they didn't exist, but he treated the goat kid like a puppy.
          3. n. Of a female goat, the state of being pregnant: in kid.
          4. n. Kidskin.

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No kidding, in more ways than one. 

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