get in(to) trouble with (someone)(redirected from get in trouble with)
get in(to) trouble with (someone)
To elicit someone's disfavor due to a particular offense or wrongdoing, especially one that will result in punishment. I got in trouble with my parents for sneaking out last night. You'll get into trouble with Mrs. Johnson if you don't hand in your book report on time.
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