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Thread: you've got me

    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    you've got me

    What does the idiom "you've got me " means? Does it have the same meaning as "you've got me there"?
    And is there any idioms such as" I've got your back" meaning" I'll support you"?

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    Smile Re: you've got me

    yes, it simply means: 'you have caught me out/you have given me something to which I have no answer'.

    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    Re: you've got me

    What about the second?

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    Smile Re: you've got me

    Sorry Belly, missed that. Yes, I think this is probably more an American slang. But you are spot on with the meaning; you could also add 'I'm watching out for you'.

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