be right with you


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be right with you

To help, serve, or meet with you (typically a waiting customer) momentarily. The phrase can stand alone or be preceded by a noun and the verb "will." Ah, there's a customer at the counter. Be right with you, ma'am! Thank you all for your patience. Someone will be right with you.
See also: right
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(I'll) be right with you.

Please be patient, I will attend to you soon. (Often said by someone attending a sales counter or by an office receptionist.) Mary: Oh, Miss? Clerk: I'll be right with you. Bob: Sally, can you come here for a minute? Sally: Be right with you.
See also: right
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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