you've guessed it

you've guessed it
used for saying that the bad thing that someone expects is true or will happen

The weather forecast for the holiday weekend – yes, you've guessed it! Wet and windy.

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  • I might have guessed — I might have known/guessed/spoken phrase used for saying that you are not or should not be surprised at a situation I might have known he would be late. Thesaurus: ways of saying that you are not surprisedsynonym Main …   Useful english dictionary

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