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it won’t/wouldn’t kill somebody (to do something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit won’t/wouldn’t kill somebody (to do something)it won’t/wouldn’t kill somebody (to do something)spoken used to say that someone could easily do something, and ought to do it It wouldn’t kill you to help out once in a while. kill
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it won’t/wouldn’t kill somebody (to do something)It wouldn't kill you to do the dishes.
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