If you say yes, you will get trapped ...

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Stallion007

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Hindi
I'm wondering is there any phrasal verb or idiomatic expression for this below sentence.

If you say "Yes", you will get trapped and
If you say "No" then also you will get trapped.

Merci en avance !
 
  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Can I say Damned if you speak, damned if you don't as well ?
    "Damned if I/you do, damned if I/you don't" is a very common idiom that can be applied to almost any situation or action. If you change it, you ruin it — and make it look as though you don't "get it".
     

    Stallion007

    Senior Member
    Hindi
    "Damned if I/you do, damned if I/you don't" is a very common idiom that can be applied to almost any situation or action. If you change it, you ruin it — and make it look as though you don't "get it".
    oh :( okay.. thanks

    Don't change the idiom. Preface it: "Don't bother speaking. You're damned if you do and damned if you don't."
    :thumbsup: thanks !!!!
     
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