Definition of 'have it in for'
Example sentences containing 'have it in for'
If Mr Kennerly had happened to see his mother, peeping out the door on the Night of the Cows, then he might have it in for her.DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (1988)
Definition of have it in for from the Collins English Dictionary
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