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get (one's)

1. To receive the due punishment (for something) that one deserves. Don't worry about those stool pigeons, we'll make sure they get theirs when the time is right. She cheated off me during the test? Oh, she'll get hers, alright!
2. To become wealthy or financially successful. After growing up in poverty, Jim was determined to get his no matter what it took.
See also: get

be (one's) for the asking

To be available for one to easily obtain or achieve. With your famous parents, any job is yours for the asking. Some of us, though, actually have to apply for jobs.
See also: ask

be (one's) for the taking

To be available for one to easily obtain or achieve. With your famous parents, any job is yours for the taking. Some of us, though, actually have to apply for jobs. Our probable valedictorian has been pretty distracted lately, so I think the title is yours for the taking.
See also: taking

He will get his.

 and She will get hers.
One will be punished for one's misdeeds. Jill: It seems like Fred can do any evil thing he wants. Jane: Don't worry. He'll get his. You may think you will always profit by your life of crime, but you'll get yours.
See also: get, he, will
References in classic literature ?
His hand was going out to hers as he said good night.
But the head of the department was called away to the telephone, and in her mind the splendid promise of the carpets and the irk of the pocket-book were thrust aside by a greater doubt and anxiety.
The little princess lay supported by pillows, with a white cap on her head (the pains had just left her).
Once I ventured gently to chaff her about this religiosity of hers.
But I was the architect of her fortunes -- the publisher, so to speak, of her book -- and, if anything, I am underpaid.
On the contrary, when he saw more of Captain Wentworth, saw him repeatedly by daylight, and eyed him well, he was very much struck by his personal claims, and felt that his superiority of appearance might be not unfairly balanced against her superiority of rank; and all this, assisted by his well-sounding name, enabled Sir Walter at last to prepare his pen, with a very good grace, for the insertion of the marriage in the volume of honour.
Again he struggled for the all-expressive word, and again, his arm in hers, found only a deep "Come along.
She looked up into his face to see smiling lips above hers and brave eyes, untouched by terror, drinking deeply of her own.
Mary put her hand over his mouth and began to chide him for his awfulness, whereupon he kissed the palm of her hand and put his head closer to hers.
I remember stopping to kick the breath out of him, and then hurrying up-stairs, to my room and hers.
Lastly, she pictured to herself how this same little sister of hers would, in the after-time, be herself a grown woman; and how she would keep, through all her riper years, the simple and loving heart of her childhood: and how she would gather about her other little children, and make THEIR eyes bright and eager with many a strange tale, perhaps even with the dream of Wonderland of long ago: and how she would feel with all their simple sorrows, and find a pleasure in all their simple joys, remembering her own child-life, and the happy summer days.
Farebrother in the morning, she had promised to go and dine at the parsonage on her return from Freshitt.
I have heard no such laugh as hers save from merry children; the laughter of most of us ages, and wears out with the body, but hers remained gleeful to the last, as if it were born afresh every morning.
At last he halted in front of the young woman, bringing his face down close to hers.
He had a jaded anxious look upon him, and his hand, usually steady, trembled in hers.