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that/there's ... for you

disapproving
used to say that you ​think something is a ​typicalexample of something ​bad: You ​spend two ​hourscooking a ​meal and they say "it's ​disgusting" - that's ​children for you!
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Translations of “that/there's ... for you”
in Chinese (Simplified) …就是这样…
in Chinese (Traditional) …就是這樣…
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