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You're on!

Meaning: You can say "You're on!" if you want to accept a challenge, a bet or an invitation.

For example:

  • Batman: "I bet I can do more push-ups than you can, wonder boy!" Robin: "You're on, Batman!"

  • After a hard day's work, Bruce said, "Feel like throwing back a few beers down the pub, mate?" and Barry said, "You're on, matey! Let's go!"

Quick Quiz:

Maurice said, "You're on!" after Jean-Paul had said
  1. I think it might rain tomorrow
  2. I like your new hairstyle
  3. I bet I can beat you at chess

Discuss: You're on!

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