anything you say

anything you say

1. Yes, of course. A: "I'll be getting home late tonight, so I need you to help me make dinner." B: "Sure, anything you say."
2. A phrase said, often sarcastically, when one is skeptical of what another person is saying. Your political party has no shortcomings at all. OK, anything you say.
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Anything you say.

Fig. Yes.; I agree. Mary: Will you please take these blouses over to the cleaners? Bill: Sure, anything you say. Mother: You're going to finish your homework before you watch TV, right? Child: Anything you say, Mom.
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References in classic literature ?
I'll remember anything you say, mother," Geraldine promised.
But if his doctor's warning has made no difference, then I don't think that anything you say will make an lasting impression on him.
Anything you say will be remembered, so leave a trail that's positive and appreciative.
Anyone who has watched a cop drama during the past few decades is familiar with the so-called Miranda warning: "You have the right to remain silent; anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
And never say anything you don't want repeated on the air or in print because anything you say can and may be used.