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you said it

I ​agree with you, but I did not ​want to be the ​person to say what you said: "It was ​stupid of me to ​lend him that ​money." "You said it."
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"you said it!" in British English

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you said it!

informal
used to say that you ​agree with what has just been said: "How ​stupid of me to ​lend him that ​money!" "You said it!"
(Definition of you said it! from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “you said it!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 你说对了!正是如此!没错儿!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你說對了!正是如此!沒錯!…
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