are you kidding?

are you kidding?
are you kidding? spoken phrase
used for saying that you do not believe or agree with what someone is saying

‘Let’s meet in the park.’ ‘Are you kidding? In this weather?’

Thesaurus: expressions showing anger and used in argumentshyponym ways of saying that you do not believe somethingsynonym
Main entry: kid

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • you're not kidding/ you aren't kidding — you are right, you are not joking    It s really cold today, Jen said. You aren t kidding! he replied …   English idioms

  • you have got to be kidding — (you) have got to be kidding I am very surprised and cannot believe you are serious. You want me to drive into the city in this rain? You ve got to be kidding …   New idioms dictionary

  • you're kidding — you re ˈkidding | you must be ˈkidding idiom (informal) used to show that you are very surprised at sth that sb has just said Main entry: ↑kididiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • you must be kidding — you re ˈkidding | you must be ˈkidding idiom (informal) used to show that you are very surprised at sth that sb has just said Main entry: ↑kididiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • you're kidding — you are joking, you are not serious    You re kidding. Jen wouldn t take off her clothes and climb a tree …   English idioms

  • you've got to be kidding! — you are not serious!, what you are saying can t be true! …   English contemporary dictionary

  • You Don't Love Me Anymore — Infobox Single Name = You Don t Love Me Anymore Artist = Weird Al Yankovic from Album = Off the Deep End Released = June 1992 B side = I Was Only Kidding Format = Cassette (Commercial)CD (Promo)12 Vinyl (Remix) Recorded = June 7, 1990 Genre =… …   Wikipedia

  • you are telling me? — I already know that!, No kidding! …   English contemporary dictionary

  • No kidding! — exclam. I am not kidding.; You are not kidding (are you)? □ No kidding! I never thought she would do that. □ No kidding, he’s really going to join the Air Force …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • have got to be kidding — (you) have got to be kidding I am very surprised and cannot believe you are serious. You want me to drive into the city in this rain? You ve got to be kidding …   New idioms dictionary

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