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    meaning of you got it

    as when you are talking to a supervisor

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    You to the supervisor: Means you will do what the supervisor asked you to do.

    or

    The supervisor to you when you repeat what he asked of you: Means he is acknowledging you understand the task he's given you.

    You got it: I will do what you asked.

    You got it: You are being told you understand the task.

    It all depends on the context of how "you got it" is used.
    Sadaf

    I'm glad I used it in the right context. Thank you for your time & help. May God bless you!
    Colleen

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    God has done just that all my life, thank you. I'm glad I could set your mind at ease :)
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Can you do me a favor and upvote me again. It looks like you tried to upvote me 2 times and managed to take away the vote. I'm now down points instead of up points ;)

    (Don't worry. It happens all the time).
    Sure!!!


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