English version

death wish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeath wishˈdeath wish noun [singular] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DIEa desire to die πŸ”Š Before I did the jump, people would ask if I had a death wish.
Examples from the Corpus
death wishβ€’ All she could think, she told me, was that I must have had a death wish.β€’ Another way to have a death wish associated with the road; crossing it.β€’ You don't use your seatbelt? What do you have, a death wish?β€’ They deny the possibility of a death wish lurking amidst the gardens of lust.β€’ And it came to the crunch in April, I was on a death wish.β€’ This amounts to a death wish as it is generally only the evangelical wing of the church that is growing.β€’ It really seems as if some drivers fall prey to a death wish when freezing fog descends.had a death wishβ€’ All she could think, she told me, was that I must have had a death wish.
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