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have something coming (to you)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something coming (to you)have something coming (to you)informalPUNISH to deserve to be punished or to have something bad happen to you I do feel sorry for him, but I’m afraid he had it coming. come
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have something coming (to you)If you have children, you may have experienced them coming home from school and immediately throwing a tantrum in front of you.We have recruits coming in all the time.People have been coming in and milling around to see if we actually have it.Both Microsoft and Apple have big updates coming this year, and you can expect a proportionate dose of hype.We have a guest coming, tomorrow evening.He added that to be accurate, the aircraft would have to risk coming under fire.Walter: I have people coming up to me all the time and people are friendly, I like that.
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