English version

me either

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishme eitherme eitherAmerican English spokenXX used to say that a negative statement is also true about you ‘I don’t have any money right now.’ ‘Me either.’ either
Examples from the Corpus
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 grab me either.But he, unconsciously, has not spared me either.Don't be writing to me either.I didn't look behind me either.Mrs Cigans can not accompany me 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 empty nest syndrome.
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