to cook (someone's) goose

Adicionado por St. Sol em 19.04.2018

to cook (someone's) goose (Inglês) — أن تورّط شخصًا ما أو تضعه في موقف حرج سواء بقصد أو بغير قصد

Árabe, explicado por Toot_v em Sexta-feira, 20/04/2018 - 16:52

to cook (someone's) goose — to get someone into trouble; to put someone into a difficult situation (intentionally or not)

Inglês, explicado por St. Sol em Quinta-feira, 19/04/2018 - 14:58

to cook (someone's) goose — to ruin someone’s plans, used when someone is about to be punished

Example: Ann knew that she was going to be in trouble for
coming home late again. She wouldn’t be able to talk
her way out of it this time; her goose was cooked.

Inglês, explicado por ϕιλομαθής em Segunda-feira, 16/07/2018 - 19:25

Traduções de "to cook (someone's) goose"

GregoΔιαβαίνω το δικό μου Γολγοθά
InglêsI'm going through my own hell
Russoподвести под монастырь