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sucked in (ENGLISH IDIOMS 2.EDITION) deceived, cheated, led to believe, taken in """You believed his story about working late at the office?"" ""Ya, I got sucked in.""
Sucked in (Australian Slang) 1. duped, conned; 2. exclamation of derision, used to point out that someone has got what they deserved; serves yourself right!
Por tanto me parece que el segundo caso encaje más en este contexto y sería así:
¨aquí tienes lo merecido¨ o ¨Te lo merecías¨ ¨Te dí lo que merecías¨
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