I go to a concert and then I have a chance to meet the singer. Can I say "You nailed me!" in that situation to indicate that I loved his/her performance?That meaning would probably be sexual. "to nail" has a number of different slang meanings. Context is needed to know which is meant.
What situation are you envisaging? Two lovers? A policeman and a criminal?
This would probably be met with confusion or possibly laughter because of the sexual connotation.I go to a concert and then I have a chance to meet the singer. Can I say "You nailed me!" in that situation to indicate that I loved his/her performance?
case2 /keɪs/ n., v., cased, cas•ing.
- a container for enclosing something, such as for carrying or safekeeping:She put the jewels back in their case.
- an outer covering: a knife case.
- a box with its contents: a case of soda.
- the amount contained in a box or other container:drank a case of beer.
- the particular form of a written letter, either capital (uppercase) or small (lowercase).
Did I guess right?case1 /keɪs/ n. [countable]
- one instance or an example of the occurrence of something: a case of poor judgment.
- [usually: be + the + ~] the actual state of things: If that's the case, you'd better get here sooner.
circumstance: a hopeless case.
- a patient or client, as of a physician or social worker.
- an instance of disease, injury, etc., requiring attention:a very bad case of arthritis.
- a specific occurrence requiring discussion or investigation:We now come to the case of the professor turned down for reappointment.
- a statement of facts, reasons, etc., used to support an argument: We presented a strong case against the proposed law.
- a suit or action before a judge:The murder case came before the new judge.