got it in one

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got it in one

A phrase used when one has accurately guessed something. A: "Does Alex die at the end of the movie? B: "Yep, got it in one."
See also: one

got it in one

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you've got it in one

BRITISH
If someone guesses something and you say got it in one or you've got it in one, you mean that they have guessed correctly. `My husband just broke my favourite piece of china,' said my friend. `Guess whose fault it was.' `Yours,' I said. `Got it in one,' she said. `Is that a Birmingham accent?' I asked. `You've got it in one,' he replied.
See also: one

(you’ve, he’s, etc.) got it in ˈone

(informal) used when somebody understands or gets the right answer immediately: ‘I don’t think this job really suits me.’ ‘So you’re thinking of leaving?’ ‘Yes, Dick, you’ve got it in one.’
See also: one