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Note, I don't know if this expression is used in British English, and some of the confused comments on the link imply that it is not. When that expression is not common, then the saying "down with", sounds like you are against e. As for how to subtly imply that you would rather watch The Avengers than The Titanic, I think using up or down to prime them towards your movie will not work.

It is so subtle that it will go unnoticed. I'd just bluntly state that you'd rather see explosions and shooting than romance. They're bound to agree with you when you phrase it like that! As DJ McMayhem pointed out, the analogy between "down" and Titanic will most likely go unnoticed, except by language nerds like myself who actually really appreciate the subtle humor: Note also that there is a difference between "down for" and "down with" - the former is like "up for", meaning "willing to" or "in the mood for", whereas the latter means "ok with" or "cool with".

Interestingly "up for" doesn't have that short version - "Are you up? Going back to DJ McMayhem's answer - the two expressions you are trying to choose between are synonymous, and neither one carries more convincing power. I'm still not sure that the question form works, though. In this usage, "up for" and "down with" are both slang.

In the song, he laments several slang turns of phrase. Back when a screw was a screw, The wind was all that blew, And when you said "I'm down with that", It meant you had the flu. Imagine a group of friends are planning a trip that involves say mountain climbing. They could ask another friend if he wants to join them and also take part. Their question would be: Are you up for it? If the question was: Are you up to it?

This would mean they wanted to know whether he was physically capable of doing the trip and climbing mountains. By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. OR Are you down for it? If I want to convince someone. This was surprising for me. On the other hand, Hey, you both Genetic genealogist breaks open cold case in 'a couple of days': Pennsylvania teacher's death grows cold: Teacher's gruesome death launches decades-long mystery: Renowned soccer player accused of allegedly raping model in Collins to vote 'yes' on Kavanaugh.

Entrepreneurs celebrate 'Shark Tank' show as it kicks off 10th season. Woman angry with ex-boyfriend sparked massive apartment fire: Officials Natasha Joyner was arrested on charges for allegedly starting a huge fire.

Flash flood concerns increasing as heavy rain targets central US As much as half a foot of rain could fall in north Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Vintage plane crash lands safely on busy highway The pilot managed to walk away from the landing. Man accused of sending letters laced with ricin 'wanted to send a message' The man has a history of making threats to government agencies.

Chicago protesters celebrate police officer's guilty verdict Protestors listened to the guilty verdict of Jason Van Dyke from outside the court room and turned their demonstration into a celebration. Chicago police officer guilty of murder of black teen Jason Van Dyke was found guilty of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery of year-old Laquan McDonald.

Key senators to vote 'yes' in Kavanaugh confirmation. Body found as authorities continue search for missing teacher Kristin Westin, 47, was last seen by her husband Sunday night, authorities said. Genetic genealogy, police work credited with solving murders of woman, daughter The technology linked the suspect to several other unsolved, heinous crimes.

Police officer found guilty of second-degree murder in shooting death of black teen The teen was killed by a Chicago police officer in Chicago police officer found guilty in Laquan McDonald Case Jason Van Dyke was found guilty of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery with a weapon.

This day in history: Suspect in shooting of 7 South Carolina officers charged with murder Fred Hopkins, 74, allegedly ambushed officers who were serving a search warrant for sexual assault allegations for another individual at a home in What we get wrong about 'corroboration,' according to experts The Senate is expected to vote on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination Saturday.

Jury deliberates in Van Dyke trial Chicago braces for protests once the jury makes a decision in the case of a white police officer who killed a black teenager. Unidentified body found near home of missing teacher. Double murder suspect captured, ending manhunt in Tennessee The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office announced Friday that Kirby Gene Wallace, 53, who was wanted for killing two people, was in custody. Double murder suspect captured, ending manhunt in Tennessee Kirby Wallace was captured after an extensive manhunt, police announced Friday.

Funeral to be held for boy found dead in creek Maddox Ritch, who had autism and was nonverbal, disappeared while on a trip to Rankin Lake Park with his father and another adult on Sept. Funeral to be held for boy with autism found in creek after dayslong search Maddox Ritch went missing and prompted a massive search operation.

Man pleads guilty to stabbing wife times Matthew Phelps pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for the death of his year-old wife, Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps, after an autopsy determined he Husband who had blamed cold medicine pleads guilty to killing his wife He will serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Huge storm bringing snow, flooding rain to middle of US A massive storm is dumping rain and snow in the center of the country. These birds 'literally get drunk' and dive-bomb cars and homes Intoxicated birds are swarming and dive-bombing cars and homes in Minnesota.

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