As in the sentence "You are banned for good", isn't "for good" used as an idiom in this case?
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
Absolutely, because there is no literal "good" that derives from it and applies. It certainly is not good for the person being banned.
- RPLv 71 month ago
B. The addition of "for good" does nothing. Being banned alone says it all.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Yes - used in this case as an adverbial phrase to mean permanently.
- AmulyaprasadLv 41 month ago
"for good" implies for ever.