Student or Learner
What does "to be in store for" mean?
(Not a Teacher)
It means you've got something coming to you. It's usually nothing good, though that's not always the case.
Is "to be in store for" the same as "await"?
Gillnetter, so can I say "a term in prison may await you" instead of "a term in prison may be in store for you" in your example?
Last edited by Mr.Lucky_One; 02-Nov-2012 at 16:36.
Thanks for help