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You name it #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 11, 2010 13:24 pm   You name it
 

When do you use "You name it"?
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You name it #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 11, 2010 18:12 pm   You name it
 

When you're asking someone to name something!

It might also be used as a confirmation of something:

You name it, and I'll do it!
Name the place and I'll be there.
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