have it (one's) way

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have it (one's) way

To do what one wants or maintain a situation as desired. Typically used as an imperative when the speaker is irritated, often because their advice is being ignored. Fine, have it your way—sit in the sun. But I won't be the one slathering aloe on you if you get sunburned!
See also: have, way

Have it your way.

It will be done your way.; You will get your way. (Usually shows irritation on the part of the speaker.) Tom: I would like to do this room in blue. Sue: I prefer yellow. I really do. Tom: Okay. Have it your way. Jane: Let's get a pie. Apple would be good. Bob: No, if we are going to buy a whole pie, I want a cherry pie, not apple. Jane: Oh, have it your way!
See also: have, way