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that's/it's somebody's lookout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthat's/it's somebody's lookoutthat's/it's somebody's lookoutBritish English informal used to say that someone is responsible for deciding what they will do, and will have to suffer any bad results If he wants to keep seeing her, that's his lookout. lookout
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