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This is a colloquial way of reinforcing a statement. You could also say "for the love of god" It has no other meaning than reinforcement.nancycumt wrote:How to understand it?
For love of Mike,i don't except to meet you here?
The meaning is"But for mike,i don't want to meet you here"?Isn't it?