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have (got) something/somebody taped

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave (got) something/somebody tapedhave (got) something/somebody tapedBritish English informalUNDERSTAND to understand someone or something completely and know how to deal with them You can’t fool Liz – she’s got you taped. tape
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have (got) something/somebody tapedAnd when several events air live simultaneously, some of them have to be taped.It should have been taped for a campaign training film; it was too perfect.Several other infinitely more damaging conversations involving him have been taped over the past few weeks.
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