take it or leave it


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Take it or leave it.

Inf. Take this one or none; you have no choice. Bill: That's my final offer. Take it or leave it. Bob: Aw, come on! Take off a few bucks. Bill: Aw, I want eggs for breakfast, Mom. Mother: There's only cornflakes left. Take it or leave it.
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take it or leave it

1. to lack interest in whether you have something or not Some people who smoke can take it or leave it, so they don't mind not being able to smoke in a restaurant. My sister's absolutely crazy about chocolate but I can take it or leave it.
2. to accept or refuse without any discussion The dealer has a set price for the car, and customers can take it or leave it.
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Take it or leave it.

something that you say when you have made an offer to someone and you want them to know that you are not going to change that offer in any way That's my final offer. Take it or leave it.
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take it or leave it

Accept or reject unconditionally, as in I'm asking $1,000 for this computer-take it or leave it. This term, used to indicate one's final offer, was first recorded in 1576.
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Take it or leave it

sent. There are no other choices.; It is this or nothing. This is what you get for the money. Take it or leave it.
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take it or leave it

To accept or reject unconditionally.
See also: leave, take