|2.||You got it|
"you got it," means "that's it, exactly."
It's used while playing Charades, to let your team members know that the letter, word, or phrase you just said is what you were acting out. You team members are expected to remember that correct piece of the puzzle as they continue to guess the entire answer.
- Slicer: "Regarding #4, this is not supported by any jquery plugins I know right now. I will keep looking for one that supports this exact functionality"
- Me: "
Don't worry about this #4 issue, my developers will take care of it. Please focus on the rest of the bullet points"
- Slicer: "You got it, should have an update for you tomorrow"
|1.||you got it|
1. I agree
2 I will give you what you requested
You got it. There are many things that don't quite add up in this report.
|3.||You got it|
1. Derived from the original catch phrase, "You got this in the bag," but used in a sarcastic manner to imply the opposite where you in fact DONT have this is the bag.
2. Often used to describe a state of being in which one is under the influence of drugs/alcohol to a point of complete oblivion.
Dan, you just took 80 bong hits. You GOT it.
Chris only slept for 3 hours this entire week, he's got it.
Elliot Spitzer was caught soliciting prostitution. He, his marriage, as well as his career all have it.
I have to take a final tomorrow that's 4 hours long, short answer and essay questions and I didn't study anything. I GOT this test.