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(one's) for the asking
Available for one to obtain or achieve without any effort (because or as if one simply has to ask to be given something). With your famous parents, any job is yours for the asking. Some of us, though, actually put in the time and effort to get the jobs we want. As I promised, you can pick anything in the store you'd like to take home with you—it's yours for the asking.
See also: ask
(someone) will get (someone's)
Someone will incur the punishment that they rightly deserve. Now please don't take out some sort of vigilante justice on Leo. He'll get his in the end, don't you worry. She cheated off me during the test? Oh, she'll get hers, alright!
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
beat (something) all to pieces
To be exceptionally better than something else. The sequel was pretty good, but I still think the original beats it all to pieces. I have used dozens of different cameras during my career, but I have to say that this one beats them all to pieces.
1. To receive one's the punishment or retribution 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
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.