English version

you’ll catch your death (of cold)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyou’ll catch your death (of cold)you’ll catch your death (of cold)spoken old-fashionedILL used to warn someone that they are likely to become ill because they are wet or cold death
Examples from the Corpus
you’ll catch your death (of cold)Don't go out without a coat! You'll catch your death of cold!
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