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Sucked in




English Meaning 1

You deserve it > negative, said when something bad happens to someone you don’t like or disagree with

English Example 1

“What’s happened?”
“Everyone’s heard what she said about the boss, now she’s getting the cold shoulder”
“Sucked in, she brought it on herself”

English Meaning 2

Taunting, usually lighthearted - when we speak English and laugh at a friend’s misfortune

English Example 2

“I’ve got another test tomorrow”
“Sucked in!”
“Thanks”  (Learn English tip: sarcasm in this ‘thanks’ can be identified in the tone of the speaker)

Translation - Chinese, Pashto, Korean, Japanese, Hindi


غلولیدل/ غولول/ وغولیدمه

꼴 좋다 or 싸다

ざまーみろ 2. おあいにくさま

तुम्हें तो फ़सना ही था

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