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

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

said to convey that the offer you have made is not negotiable and that you are indifferent to another's reaction to it.
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take it or ˈleave it


1 used to say that you do not care if somebody accepts or rejects your offer: $200 is my final offer, take it or leave it.
2 (informal) (with can, not used in the negative) not feel strongly about something, not mind something: ‘Do you like Indian food?’ ‘I can take it or leave it.’
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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.
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