English version

be (in) for it

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe (in) for itbe (in) for itBLAME spoken to be likely to be blamed or punished You’ll be in for it if she finds out what you’ve done! for
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be (in) for itGladstone, Cobden and Bright were for it.Literacy is a lot like motherhood; everybody claims to be for it.Oh no, Carla groaned, now she was in for it.The businessmen of Seattle are for it.We do not know what legal or moral basis there was for it.West Coast shippers are for it.Whatever you picked, you were in for it.Life's so fantastic that my number one wish is for it to stay that way.
be in for itbe in for itinformalPUNISH if someone is in for it, they are going to be punished If they find out what I’ve done, I’ll be in for it, won’t I? in
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be in for itThe hills are very dry; if we get any more hot winds we could be in for it.Oh no, Carla groaned, now she was in for it.Whatever you picked, you were in for it.
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