Do you know the English phrase “to have it in for (someone)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Catherine: I’m sure Kelly has it in for me. She has been causing trouble for me ever since I told the teacher she had cheated on the test.
Mike: Maybe you shouldn’t have said anything.
Does it mean:
a) to want to get revenge on someone
b) to annoy someone
c) to say bad things to someone
d) to hit someone
The answer is below!↓
Answer: a) to want to get revenge on someone