Idiom “Dead Against” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Dead Against

“I am dead against some of the boss’s policies. What makes it worse is that I have no choice but to go along with them,” grumbled Ashish. 

What he meant was that he was strongly opposed to the boss’s policies.

“I am dead against co-educational schools,” said Mrs Mishra, mother of fifteen-year-old Sheetal.

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