it's/they're all yours

all yours

A phrase said when one gives or relinquishes something to someone. A: "Hey, is the bathroom free?" B: "Yep, it's all yours!" You want to use the ladle next? Sure, here you go—all yours. A: "Ah, so this is the group that has detention today, huh?" B: "Yes, Mrs. Brown, they're all yours." A: "Perfect, I'll put them to work cleaning my classroom."
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it’s/they’re ˌall ˈyours

used when passing the responsibility for somebody/something or the use of something to another person: ‘There you are, Mr Brown,’ she said, taking him into the classroom full of children, ‘they’re all yours.’
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