Definition of be for it in English:

be for it

British informal Be in imminent danger of punishment or other trouble.
More example sentences
  • We knew it would hurt; we knew we were for it in a big way.
  • God will get you in the end, the devil will not be able to save you from his fury, and then you will be for it.
  • If you're not careful you'll have the matron in here and if she sees the state of this skirt I'm working on I'll be for it.
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