you win

you win

I will accept or agree to what you want. You win. I'm sick and tired of this fighting, so just take the house and the cars. I'll be gone in the morning.
See also: win

ˈyou win

(spoken) used to agree to what somebody wants after you have failed to persuade them to do or let you do something else: OK, you win, I’ll admit I was wrong.
See also: win
References in classic literature ?
You aren't going to tell me that you care whether you win a tin medal or not?
I'm here to see you win this championship and I won't have you taking any risks.
if you win the golden arrow you shall be chief of outlaws in Sherwood Forest
When any of YOUR NUMBERS match either of the STOCKING STUFFER NUMBERS, you win the prize shown under the matching number.
When any of YOUR NUMBERS match any of the HOLIDAY BUCK NUMBERS, you win the prize amount shown under the matching number.
I never thought after winning with Silver Charm I would feel that emotional, but it gets better every time you win.
When any of YOUR SYMBOLS match the LUCKY SYMBOL in Game 3, you win the prize shown under the matching symbol.
When YOUR NUMBER beats THEIR NUMBER in Game 2, you win the prize shown.
When the prize won is "LIFE," you win $1,000 a week for life
When any of YOUR NUMBERS in Game 3 matches the LUCKY NUMBER, you win the prize shown under the matching number.
In Game 1, when any of Your Numbers match either of the Winning Numbers, you win the prize shown under the matching number.
When any of YOUR NUMBERS match any of the WINNING NUMBERS, you win the prize shown under the matching number.
When any of YOUR NUMBERS match the WINNING NUMBER in Game 3, you win the prize shown under the matching number.
If you pick the week's volume of the NYSE and the first five numbers of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's close for the week, you win $2 million.