you're kidding (me)

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of you're kidding (me)

informal
used when someone says something surprising or that seems as if it could not be serious or true
  • "He said he lost all the papers you gave him. " "You're kidding me."

Word by Word Definitions

you're play
  1. : you are

kid play kidding
  1. : a young person

  2. : a young goat

  3. : a young individual of various animals related to the goat

  1. : younger

  1. : to deceive (someone) as a joke : to say untrue things to (someone) in a playful or joking way

  2. : to fail to admit the truth to (someone)

  3. : to gently criticize or tease (someone) in a friendly or good-humored way

  1. : to bring forth young

me play
  1. : objective case of i


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