same here

same here
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  • same here — adverb : similarly with me said she wanted a soda and I said same here * * * same here (informal) Me too • • • Main Entry: ↑same * * * same here spoken phrase used for saying that you agree or that you have the same …   Useful english dictionary

  • same here — {informal} And it is the same with me; and the same for me. Used only in speech. * /Mary ordered an ice cream soda, and Jill said, Same here. / * /Tom said he was too tired to run any further, and Bill said, Same here. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • same here — {informal} And it is the same with me; and the same for me. Used only in speech. * /Mary ordered an ice cream soda, and Jill said, Same here. / * /Tom said he was too tired to run any further, and Bill said, Same here. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • same\ here — informal And it is the same with me; and the same for me. Used only in speech. Mary ordered an ice cream soda, and Jill said, Same here. Tom said he was too tired to run any further, and Bill said, Same here …   Словарь американских идиом

  • same here — phr. me too; I agree. □ MARY: I think I’ll have the broiled halibut. JANE: Same here. □ BILL: I feel sort of cold. What about you? SUE: Same here …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • same here — I feel the same way, I have the same feeling    I like reading stories. Same here …   English idioms

  • same here — spoken used for saying that you agree or that you have the same feeling I ve been looking forward to meeting you. Same here …   English dictionary

  • same here — I agree. “I thought that movie was awful.” “Same here.” …   New idioms dictionary

  • same here — informal the same applies to me. → same …   English new terms dictionary

  • same here —  The same applies to me …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • same — [ seım ] function word *** Same can be used in the following ways: as an adjective (after the, this, that, these, or those ): We both went to the same school. Our new competitors are those same people who once asked us to help them. as a pronoun… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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