up to you

This page is about the conversational phrase up to you

Meaning

You can say this if you want someone else to make a decision, or if you don't care what they decide.

For example

  • "What should I wear, Mum?"
    "Up to you, love. Whatever you like."

  • "Where shall we go to have dinner?"
    "I don't mind. It's up to you."

Note:
If something is your decision, you can say "It's up to me", as in "It's up to me what I do with my life!"

Quick Quiz

Which is closest in meaning to "It's up to you"?

a. "It's not my decision."

b. "I'll let you decide."

c. "I can't decide."

Contributor: Matt Errey