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Hi ,

in the previous question I asked , " hell's know." This phrase I heard people often said, but perhaps I did not heard it right. would you explain what does it mean: The hell I know, hell to pay, give him hell, hell broke loose, untill hell freeses over.

please explain them in sentences. thank you.
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What do you get when you cross an elephant with a rhino?

"Elephino!"

(That's the closest thing I know to the phrases you're working with.) Emotion: smile

It's a close relative to "I'll be damned if I know!," or "I'm damned if I know."

There's the Ogden Nash Limerick - (I'm guessing)

A marvelous bird is the pellican.
His beak can hold more than his bellican.
He can hold in his beak enough food for a week,
And I'm damned if I know how in hellican.

There's also the negative answer with emphasis:

"Not just No, but Hell, No!"

There was the anti-draft chant in the sixties:

"Hell no!, we won't go!" Emotion: angry
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This is not considered standard English.

Urban Dictionary: hell if i know

hell if i know - 1111 definitions - Also known as HIIK. A common answer to every question, meaning that you don't have any fxxking idea.www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term