English version

there’s something for you

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere’s something for youthere’s something for you a) used to say that an action or situation is a good example of a particular quality There’s intelligence for you! She’s solved the problem already. b) used when you are annoyed or disappointed to say that someone’s behaviour is the opposite of the quality you are naming Well, there’s gratitude for you. She didn’t even say thank you. there
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