not bloody likely

not bloody likely
Abbreviation: nbl

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  • Bloody — is the adjectival form of blood but may also be used as an expletive attributive (intensifier) in Australia, Britain, Ireland, Canada, South East Asia, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka. Nowadays it is considered (by most of the population of these… …   Wikipedia

  • bloody — 1. Bloody developed its meaning in BrE as ‘a vague epithet expressing anger, resentment, etc.’ in the 18c, and rapidly became a mere intensive, especially in negative contexts (not a bloody one). The OED called it ‘foul language’, and as recently …   Modern English usage

  • bloody — 1 / blVdi/ adjective, adverb spoken especially BrE used to emphasize what you are saying in a slightly rude way: It s bloody cold out there! | It serves you bloody well right. | What a bloody cheek! | Bloody hell! | not bloody likely (=definitely …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bloody — blood|y1 W3S3 [ˈblʌdi] adj, adv spoken especially BrE 1.) used to emphasize what you are saying in a slightly rude way ▪ It s bloody cold out there! ▪ That s a bloody good idea. ▪ Bloody hell! ▪ Are you going to go with him? Not bloody likely… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Bloody — One of the most useful swear words in English. Mostly used as an exclamation of surprise i.e. bloody hell or bloody nora . Something may be bloody marvellous or bloody awful . It is also used to emphasise almost anything, you re bloody mad , not… …   The American's guide to speaking British

  • likely — /ˈlaɪkli / (say luyklee) adjective (likelier, likeliest) 1. probably or apparently going or destined (to do, be, etc.): likely to happen. 2. seeming like truth, fact, or certainty, or reasonably to be believed or expected; probable: a likely… …  

  • Bloody Sunday (1939) — Bloody Sunday ( de. Bromberger Blutsonntag; pl. Krwawa Niedziela) is the term used to describe an incident that took place at the beginning of World War II. On September 3, 1939, two days after the beginning of the German invasion of Poland,… …   Wikipedia

  • Bloody Sunday (1938) — Bloody Sunday was the conclusion of a month long “sitdowners’ strike” by unemployed men at the main post office in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was depression era Vancouver’s final violent clash between Communist led unemployed protesters and… …   Wikipedia

  • Bloody Mary (cocktail) — WPMIXInfobox iba = yes sourcelink = bloodymary name = Bloody Mary caption = a Bloody Chanel with lots of Saquan type = mixed flaming = vodka = yes served = rocks garnish = Celery stalk drinkware = highball ingredients = *4.5 cl (3 parts) Vodka *9 …   Wikipedia

  • Bloody Sunday (1887) — For other incidents referred to by this name, see Bloody Sunday. Bloody Sunday, London, 13 November, 1887, was the name given to a demonstration against coercion in Ireland and to demand the release from prison of MP William O Brien, who was… …   Wikipedia

  • Bloody Saturday (photograph) — Famous photograph of a crying baby amid the bombed out ruins of Shanghai s South Railway Station, Saturday, August 28, 1937 Bloody Saturday is the name of a black and white photograph that was published widely in September–October 1937 and in… …   Wikipedia


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