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"I got it" is a phrase which is often translated as "comprendido", and "you name it" is a phrase which is often translated as "lo que sea". Learn more about the difference between "I got it" and "you name it" below.
I got it(
ay
 
gad
 
iht
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
(used to express understanding)
a. comprendido
You need to be home by 10 pm, okay? - I got it.Tienes que estar en casa para las 10 pm, ¿de acuerdo? - Comprendido.
2.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
(used to take charge of something)
a. yo me encargo
Is anyone available to pick up Rick at the airport? - I got it.¿Está alguien disponible para ir a recoger a Rick en el aeropuerto? - Yo me encargo.
3. (used to talk about obtaining something)
a. lo compré (masculine)
Do you like this dress? I got it yesterday.¿Te gusta este vestido? Lo compré ayer.
b. lo conseguí (masculine)
I have been working hard for years, hoping for a raise. Yesterday, I got it.Llevo años trabajando mucho, esperando un aumento de sueldo. Ayer lo consegúi.
c. la compré (femenine)
This is my favorite bracelet. I got it in Spain.Esta pulsera es mi favorita. La compré en España.
d. la conseguí (femenine)
I had to use torture to get the information, but I got it.Tuve que utilizar la tortura para conseguir la información, pero la conseguí.
4. (used to express receiving something)
a. lo recibí (masculine)
Thanks for sending me the package. I got it yesterday.Gracias por enviarme el paquete. Lo recibí ayer.
b. la recibí (femenine)
Hey, has my letter gotten there yet? - Yes, I got it yesterday.Dime, ¿te llegó mi carta? - Sí, la recibí ayer.
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you name it(
yu
 
neym
 
iht
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. lo que sea
I'm looking for a pretty rare vintage car part. - You name it, we got it.Estoy buscando una pieza para un coche muy antiguo y raro. - Lo que sea, lo tenemos.
b. lo que se te ocurra
Try different ingredient combinations when you make this cookie: chocolate chips, nuts, raisins, you name it.Pruebe distintas combinaciones de ingredientes cuando haga esta galleta: las chispas de chocolate, nueces, pasas, lo que se te ocurra.
c. todo lo demás
Mateo had a gambling problem. He bet on horses, sports, you name it.Mateo tenía un problema con el juego. Apostaba a los caballos, en los deportes y en todo lo demás.
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