From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishme eitherme eitherAmerican English spokenXX used to say that a negativestatement is also true about you‘I don’t have any money right now.’ ‘Me either.’ →either
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me either• "I've never had a broken bone." "Me either."• And when I go upstairs with somebody, that isn't me either.• Books and magazines won't grabme either.• But he, unconsciously, has not sparedme either.• Don't be writing to me either.• I didn't look behind me either.• Mrs Cigans can not accompanyme either.• I don't want to talk about me either, but just be what you are.• No one ever told me either that a stepmother could suffer so badly from emptynestsyndrome.