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It's the same with me; I agree; me too. A: "Money's going to be tight this month." B: "Same here—I think I'll just have enough to pay my bills." A: "I really hate pineapple on pizza." B: "Same here!"
Me too!; I agree! Bob: I'll have chocolate ice cream! Bill: Same here. Mary: I'll vote for the best candidate. Tom: Same here!
Also, the same with me. Me too, I agree, as in I think she was lying all along.-Same here, or I couldn't sleep because of the noise.-The same with me. The first phrase is also used in an order for food or drink to indicate one wants the same thing as the previous person ordering; for example, One more beer, please.-Same here. [Colloquial; late 1800s]
same hereINFORMAL, SPOKEN
COMMON You say same here in order to show that you feel the same way about something as the person who has just spoken to you, or that you have done the same thing. `I've heard the word but I don't know what it means.' — `Yeah same here.' `I hate going into stores.' — `Same here,' said William.
same herethe same applies to me. informal
1993 Andy McNab Bravo Two Zero ‘I've still got my map and compass,’ I said. ‘Yeah, same here.’
ˌsame ˈhere(spoken) used to say that the same is also true of you: ‘I thought it was a terrible movie.’ ‘Same here.’
phr. me too; I agree. MARY: I think I’ll have the broiled halibut. JANE: Same here.