you two can kill it at a round of charades

Darjana

Senior Member
Russian
Could you tell me the meaning of the expression?
Especially I'm interested in the meaning of the word "kill" here.
I guess it used for emphasis.

"you two can kill it at a round of charades" = "you two can win/ guess the word in charades", right?
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Context:

"It sounds silly, but if you two can kill it at a round of charades, beat a co-op video game, or build a piece of Ikea furniture together, then you’re probably meant to be.
The better you work together, the longer you’ll stay together.
"

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  • BLUEGLAZE

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    You understand it correctly. In charades the two of you would be an excellent team and would win.
     
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