One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
in imperative Used to indicate that the speaker wishes to shake hands with someone in agreement or congratulation.‘put it there Steven, we beat them’
- ‘‘Put it there!’ he extended a brawny paw, which closed over the minister's small hand and gave it a shake.’
- ‘When I was a kid, the first thing I heard when my uncle visited was, ‘Put it there, buddy.’’
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