You heard

you heard (one)

One was clear in one's instructions or commands, so don't complain or argue and just do what one said. A: "I want this whole house cleaned from top to bottom before you go!" B: "What? Aw, come on—that's not fair!" A: "You heard me. Now get moving!" You heard the boss—either do the work you're paid to do, or get out!
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You heard someone.

Don't argue. You heard your instructions from someone. (The someone can be a person's name, a title, or a pronoun.) Andy: You heard the man. Get moving. Henry: Don't rush me! Bill: What makes her think she can tell me what to do? Bob: She's the boss. Do it! You heard her!
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Believe me, sir, he hath been abused, grossly abused to you; I know he hath, or you, whom I know to be all goodness and honour, would not, after the many kind and tender things I have heard you say of this poor helpless child, have so disdainfully called him fellow.--Indeed, my best of friends, he deserves a kinder appellation from you, had you heard the good, the kind, the grateful things which I have heard him utter of you.
"You heard me say that you, as Miss Roseberry's future husband, had an interest in being present at my interview with Lady Janet.
A voice will read out three random numbers and you use the numbers on your telephone keypad to indicate what you heard.
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