you said it


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you said it

I agree completely; what you said is especially true. A: "Wow, that exam was brutally difficult." B: "You said it! It was the hardest test I've ever taken."
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you ˈsaid it!

(informal) I agree completely; that is very true: ‘That was the most boring lecture I’ve ever heard.’ ‘You said it!’
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you said it

You are absolutely right, I couldn’t agree more. This colloquial Americanism dates from the first half of the 1900s. The British mystery novelist Dorothy Sayers used it in Murder Must Advertise (1933): “‘The idea being that . . . ?’—‘You said it, chief.’” See also you said a mouthful.
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