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there you are

A2 (informal there you go) 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 are, I knew you'd forget if you didn't write it down.
Translations of “there you are”
in Chinese (Traditional) 給你, 拿去吧, 你瞧,看吧(表示我告訴過你)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给你, 拿去吧, 你瞧,看吧(表示我告诉过你)…
(Definition of there you are from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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