English version

that’s/there’s somebody/something for you!

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthat’s/there’s somebody/something for you!that’s/there’s somebody/something for you!spoken a) DISAPPOINTEDused to say that a particular kind of behaviour or situation is typical of someone or something, especially when you do not expect anything better from that person or thing I know it’s outrageous, but that’s Melissa for you. b) OPPOSITE/REVERSEused when you are annoyed or disappointed to say that something is the opposite of the quality you are mentioning Well, there’s gratitude for you! Here am I trying to help and you tell me not to interfere! for
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