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  • 61 God forbid — {interj.} May God prevent (something from happening); I hope that will not happen or is not true. * /Someone told the worried mother that her son might have drowned. She said, God forbid! / * /God forbid that the dam break and flood the valley!/… …

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  • 62 God forbid — {interj.} May God prevent (something from happening); I hope that will not happen or is not true. * /Someone told the worried mother that her son might have drowned. She said, God forbid! / * /God forbid that the dam break and flood the valley!/… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 63 God\ forbid — interj. May God prevent (something from happening); I hope that will not happen or is not true. Someone told the worried mother that her son might have drowned. She said, God forbid! God forbid that the dam break and flood the valley! Compare:… …

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  • 64 God (or Heaven) forbid — expressing a fervent wish that something does not happen. → forbid …

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  • 65 God forbid — I hope it does not happen. If, God forbid, anything should happen to him I might not want to stay here. Usage notes: also used to suggest that someone would never do something: God forbid they should help someone who isn t paying them for help …

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  • 66 heaven forbid — I hope it does not happen. If he ever heaven forbid has to go through anything like that again, at least he ll know what to do. Usage notes: also used to suggest that others oppose the reasonable thing being mentioned: It s OK to prevent tooth… …

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  • 67 God forbid — ► God (or Heaven) forbid expressing a fervent wish that something does not happen. Main Entry: ↑forbid …

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  • 68 Heaven forbid — ► God (or Heaven) forbid expressing a fervent wish that something does not happen. Main Entry: ↑forbid …

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  • 69 Don't Forbid Me — is a popular song by Charles Singleton, that was a #1 hit for Pat Boone in 1957. The song was recorded by The Million Dollar Quartet (Elvis Presley a.o.) on December 4 1956 and recorded as an instrumental version done by Bert Kaempfert.… …

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  • 70 God Forbid — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Thrash Metal (heute) Metalcore (früher) Gründung 1998 Website …

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  • 71 Heaven Forbid — est un album du groupe de rock Blue Öyster Cult. Il a été publié en 1998. L auteur américain John Shirley a écrit ou co écrit pratiquement tous les textes de l album. Liste des morceaux See You in Black (John Shirley, Eric Bloom, Donald Roeser) – …

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  • 72 heaven forbid — interjection To say that one hopes that something does not happen. And if my parents should ever find out. Heaven forbid! Syn: heaven forfend …

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  • 73 God forbid — Heaven forbid! (said to ward off evil or misfortune) …

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  • 74 Heaven forbid! — interj. God forbid!, Heavens no!, May it never be! (expression of protest or dismay) …

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  • 75 heaven forbid — we should not do it, we are not permitted    Grandma said, Heaven forbid! Don t play hockey on Sunday! …

    English idioms

  • 76 heaven forbid — heaven help us or heaven forbid spoken used for saying that you hope something will not happen Heaven help us if there s a fire …

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  • 77 God forbid (that …) — God/Heaven forˈbid (that…) idiom (informal) used to say that you hope that sth will not happen • ‘Maybe you ll end up as a lawyer, like me.’ ‘God forbid!’  Some people find this use offensive. Main entry: ↑ …

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  • 78 Heaven forbid (that …) — God/Heaven forˈbid (that…) idiom (informal) used to say that you hope that sth will not happen • ‘Maybe you ll end up as a lawyer, like me.’ ‘God forbid!’  Some people find this use offensive. Main entry: ↑ …

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  • 79 god forbid — interjection a) (subjunctive) Dont let it be. b) A child …

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  • 80 forbeodan — forbid …

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