get what's coming to one

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get what's coming to one (third-person singular simple present gets what's coming to one, present participle getting what's coming to one, simple past got what's coming to one, past participle (UK) got what's coming to one or (US) gotten what's coming to one)

  1. (idiomatic) To experience the consequences of one's actions.
    I hope that creep gets what's coming to him, and soon!

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