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"what more do you want - jam on it?" in British English

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what more do you want - jam on it?

UK informal used to say that someone should be ​grateful for what they have or have been ​offered, and not ​demand something ​better: They've given him a ​holiday in Italy. What more does he ​want - jam on it?
(Definition of what more do you want - jam on it? from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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