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English definition of “that's it”

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that's it

B1 used to say that something has ended: Well, that's it, we've finished - we can go home now. That's it! I'm not putting up with any more of her rudeness. B2 used to say that something is correct: You switch the computer on at the back. That's it.
Translations of “that's it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 就這樣,完了, 這就對了, 正是這樣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 就这样,完了, 这就对了, 正是这样…
(Definition of that's it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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