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land sb with sth

phrasal verb with land uk   us   /lænd/ verb
If someone or something ​lands you with something, he, she, or it ​causesproblems for you: I ​hope you don't ​mind me ​landing you with the ​kids at such ​shortnotice. Alan's gone off on ​holiday and I've been ​landed with the ​job of ​cleaning up his ​mistakes.
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