anytime you're ready

anytime you're ready

A phrase that encourages the listener to take or start a course of action. A: "Can I start the meeting now?" B: "Sure, anytime you're ready."
See also: anytime, ready

Anytime you are ready,

 and Anytime you're ready.
a phrase indicating that the speaker is waiting for the person spoken to to make the appropriate move or action. Mary: I think it's about time to go. Bill: Anytime you're ready. Surgeon: Shall we begin the operation?Nurse: Anytime you're ready, Doctor.
See also: anytime, ready
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His wife, irritated by her husband's lack of discretion, shouts back, "Anytime you're ready, father of four!"
Asked what Dave felt about her baby plans, she replied: "He said, 'Anytime you're ready'."
And when Sean Penn bumped into Mallick a while back, he said: "Anytime you're ready to make a movie, call me.