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going to tell

Ready to inform an authority figure of one's bad behavior. Aw man, she's going to tell Mom what we did.
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going to tell

 and going to tattle
a threat that one is going to report someone's misdeed to someone in authority. If you do that again, I'm going to tell! Sue just went to the teacher. She's going to tattle.
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To hide his misdeed, Wallace withdrew Au50 from a cash machine near the police station and placed the cash into an evidence bag.
Summary: Terms Naidu's defeat "God's punishment" for misdeeds
This doesn't mean forgetting the misdeed, but rather looking at it more realistically.
After being exposed as a liar, corrupt person, or having committed an immoral act, Asians quickly and quietly atone for their misdeeds. An erring public official or private-sector executive would immediately resign his position.
MISDEED: Won his seat by deposing Ciro Rodriguez--a staunch liberal and Pelosi loyalist--in a primary.
Bouteflika denounces as an "unforgivable misdeed" an unprecedented visit by Algerian journalists to Israel.
The officer claims to have "gotten the items on a good deal." Should the officer expose the other's misdeed?
Party has been moving with the zero tolerance over the misdeed of private power company and the movement will continue until the citizen were given relief, vowed JI leader.
His misdeed? Endlessly blocking the enforcement of a lower court's ruling arising from his failure to settle a P34,000 loan he took out from the Government Service and Insurance System (GSIS) 50 years ago.
There are reports in media that the Government of Zambia has dumped its tender move for digital migration due to escalating accusations over misdeed during grant procedures, resulting in apprehensions amid the civil society groups.
As a claims-made policy, D&O insurance responds to a claim at the time it is filed, not when the alleged misdeed was committed.
'If anyone [has] concrete evidence of misdeed, the authorities better know it and clean the ranks.
He has boldly stated that Ferdinand has already paid the penalty for his misdeed. What disgraceful nonsense.
'It is essential for the safety of journalists, freedom of expression, freedom of information and the rule of law that those who use violence to silence the media be punished for their misdeed.'
When confronted, Ms Gu accepted her misdeed but claimed that whatever she did was for the welfare of the kid.