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Definición de “you got it” en inglés

you got it

US informal
used to say that you will quickly do what someone has asked you to do: "Would you get me a coffee?" "Sure, you got it!"Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance Gramática:Pronouns: personal (I, me, you, him, it, they, etc.)We use personal pronouns in place of noun phrases. We often use them to refer back to people and things that we have already identified (underlined):See moreGramática:Subject and object pronounsPersonal subject pronouns act as the subject of a clause. We use them before a verb to show who is doing the verb. We do not usually leave out the pronoun:See moreGramática:I, meWe use I and me to refer to the speaker or writer. I is the subject form and me is the object form:See moreGramática:YouWe use you to refer to the listener or reader. It is both the subject and the object form. You can refer to one person or more than one person. It is usually clear from the context whether you is singular or plural:See moreGramática:He, him; she, herHe, him, she and her are singular third person pronouns. He and him are the masculine forms. She and her are the feminine forms:See moreGramática:ItWe use it to refer to things:See moreGramática:We, usWe use we and us to refer to different groups of people, but always including the speaker. We and us can refer to the speaker + the listener, or the speaker + other people but not the listener, or people in general including the speaker:See moreGramática:They, themWe use they and them to refer to specific groups of people, things and animals:See more
(Definition of you got it from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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