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do me/us a favour!

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo me/us a favour!do me/us a favour!British English spokenANNOY used when you are annoyed because someone has asked a silly question or done something to upset people Do us a favour, Mike, and shut up! ‘Did you like it?’ ‘Do me a favour!’ favour
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