for someone's information

idiom

Definition of for someone's information

: in order to provide someone with information sometimes used informally in speech when responding to an annoying statement or question by someone who has accused or blamed one wrongly "Are these the best tickets you could get?" "For your information, I had to stand in line for two hours to get these!"

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