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dose of one's own medicine


[dose of one's own medicine] or [taste of one's own medicine] {n. phr.}

Being treated in the same way you treat others; something bad done to you as you have done bad to other people.

Jim was always playing tricks on other boys. Finally they decided to give him a dose of his own medicine.
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