From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspare somebody (the details)spare somebody (the details)TELLto not tell someone all the details about something, because it is unpleasant or boringHe spared us the details, saying only that he had been injured in the war.‘They own three houses. One in the country, one in ...’ ‘Spare me.’ →spare
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Spare me• "They own three houses: one in the country, one in..." " Spare me."• I don't ever want to get old. Spare me that.• I've seen the movie, plus all the rip-offs and sequels. Spare me the victimshit.