Student or Learner
get done for
"No I have nothing useful to add weirdest thing I had was Danielson getting done for steroids, but so has everyone else in my WCW game."
does "get done for" = to be done for ="to be in a very bad situation"?
Retired English Teacher
Re: get done for
"To get done for." is an expression which means; to be caught for, to be arrested for, to be prosecuted for. "To be done for." is different, it means, as you say, to be in a difficult situation.
Originally Posted by redgiant