I heard someone on TV say 'dead wrong.'Can someone explain what this means? Does 'dead' here mean 'very'? Thanks
I think you true (dead wrong) means very wrong. You are true..
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Yeah i'm dead sure that you are right. Dead means very (pretty) eg, I'm dead,pretty, very sure that i 'll be a scientist.I use this word some times.
I think, “dead wrong" means " absolutely wrong" or "completely wrong". It sounds stronger than "very".
Every witch has her own crystal ball.
I agree with your opinion.
after the replies i new what doese it mean but before i wasnt know.so thank you all,,
what this sentence actually mean............ " every witch has her own crystal ball"
thanks in advance
im not sure, but i think that (every witch has her own crystal ball) means that every issu has a key, every problem has a solution and every one has his own scheme to acheive his aims
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Well, in my opinion that phrase means something untrue. How is it? I'm still learning English. Idioms make English fun but drive me crazy too.
Every witch should have her own black cat:))
I am dead sure agree that it means very.
I think it means, that everybody has her /his own speciality (it can be an attribute, or an instrument or something like this).
I strongly agree with you Zishuli!Dead wrong means absolutely wrong!
And everyone here is confused about the idiom you've written here.I think it means that every person has his/her own views! Am I right?
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