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there you go

A2 (informal there you are) used when giving something to someone, usually after a ​request for the thing, such as giving someone ​goods that they have ​bought
used to ​mean "I told you so": There you go - I ​knew you'd ​forget if you didn't write it down.

there you go

used to ​express the ​fact that you cannot ​change a ​situation so you must ​accept it: We didn't ​win the ​competition, but there you go - we can always ​try again next ​year.
(Definition of there you go from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “there you go”
in Chinese (Simplified) 没关系,让它去吧…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沒關係,讓它去吧…
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