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up to you

This page is about the conversational phrase up to you


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."

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