come down hard

come down hard

To have a bad experience while becoming sober again after a drug-induced high. I don't use that stuff anymore because I came down hard last time.
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come down hard

in. to come out of a drug use session badly. (Drugs.) Mike came down hard, and it took them a long time to calm him down.
See also: come, down, hard
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The HMRC is determined to come down hard on tax owed on "benefit in kind" payments as an increasing number of family members become involved in transfers.
targets who And, HMRChas made it clear that it will come down hard on any businesses flouting the law whether through ignorance or otherwise.
Her fears were that if she were to come down hard, her daughter would end up hating her and would rebel.