One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a remedy for a problem) likely to either work well or fail catastrophically, with no possibility of partial success.‘the spring Budget will be kill or cure’
- ‘Then, after a greasy breakfast that was definitely kill or cure, we were into the jet boat and speeding up the river.’
- ‘It is kill or cure both for the NHS and for the Government's reputation.’
- ‘It is a radical, kill or cure treatment - both for the NHS and for Labour's electoral chances.’
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