take it from here/there
take it from here
Also, take it from there. Continue from a certain point onwards, as in I've done what I could with correcting the blatant errors; you'll have to take it from here . [Mid-1900s]
take it from ˈhere/ˈthere
1 continue doing something that somebody else has started: I explained how to start the machine, and let him take it from there. ♢ You work out who you want in your team and I’ll take it from there.
2 if somebody says that they/we will take it from here/there, they mean that they/we will do something and then decide what to do next: We’ll work out a business plan, see what the bank says, and then take it from there.