take it or leave it


take it or leave it
phrasal
: accept or reject unconditionally

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take it or leave it
To accept something with all its disadvantages, or else do without it
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Main Entry:take

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[usu. in imperative] said to express that the offer one has made is not negotiable and that one is indifferent to another's reaction to it

that's the deal-take it or leave it

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take it or leave it — see take, 1
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Main Entry:leave
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take it or leave it
1
— used to say that you will not make a better offer than the one you have made

I'll give you $500 for the camera, but that's my final offer. Take it or leave it.

2
— used to say that you do not care about or are not excited about something

“Do you like lobster?” “I can take it or leave it.” [=I neither strongly like nor dislike lobster]

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Main Entry:take

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