be for it
be in imminent danger of punishment or other trouble - British informal
1997 - Peter Carey - Jack Maggs - The master…He reads to me. He would be reading to me now but I said I was ill and must go back to my bed. I'm for it if he finds me gone.
RELATED IDIOMS :
there is name for you = that is name for you
used ironically to indicate a particularly good example of a quality or thing mentioned
1982 - William Least Heat-Moon - Blue Highways - Satchel Paige … there's a name for you … old Satch could fire the pill a hundred and five miles an hour.
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