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have (got) something on someone

phrasal verb with have verb [T]

have (got) something on someone (KNOW)

to ​knowsecret or ​damaginginformation about someone: She threatened to go to the ​newspapers, but she hasn’t got anything on me.
(Definition of have (got) something on someone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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