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English definition of “it's your own lookout”

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it's your own lookout

UK informal
used to tell someone that they are responsible for their own problems: It's your own lookout if you're not properly insured.
Translations of “it's your own lookout”
in Chinese (Traditional) 是你自己的責任,都怪你自己…
in Chinese (Simplified) 是你自己的责任,都怪你自己…
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