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    Meaning of:I've got somebody coming in, even if it's only to make me something to eat

    Respected Sir,

    Please tell me the meaning of below mentioned sentence (particularly the highlighted portion).

    Thanks in advance

    Kindest regards,

    Hancy

    I've got somebody coming in, even if it's only to make me something to eat

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    Re: Meaning of:I've got somebody coming in, even if it's only to make me something to eat

    Hello Hancy

    It's difficult to say without more context; but it seems to mean

    "I've arranged for someone to come here (to help out), though it's possible that all they will manage to do is make me something to eat."

    MrP

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    Re: Meaning of:I've got somebody coming in, even if it's only to make me something to eat

    Greeting to you sir,
    Thanks a lot Mr. Pedantic for your kindself in helping me and getting meaning of the sentence.
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    Hancy

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    Re: Meaning of:I've got somebody coming in, even if it's only to make me something to eat

    Hello Hancy

    It was my pleasure!

    Welcome to UsingEnglish!

    MrP

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