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Meaning of “please yourself” in the English Dictionary

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please yourself

informal to do whatever you ​choose to do, often used in a ​slightlyrude way by someone who does not ​agree with or ​care about what you to do: "I can't ​stand this ​place - I'm going ​home." "Please yourself."
(Definition of please yourself from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “please yourself”
in Chinese (Simplified) (语气常有些粗鲁)愿意怎样就怎样,随你的便…
in Chinese (Traditional) (語氣常有些粗魯)願意怎樣就怎樣,隨你的便…
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