have (got) news for (someone)

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Definition of have (got) news for (someone)

used when one is making a definite and forceful statement that someone does not expect, know about, or agree with "You think you're going to win? Well, I've got news for you: you're not."People tell me that my business will never succeed. Well, I have news for them. I'm going to make a profit by the end of the year.

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