One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to say that it is now your turn or responsibility.‘it's over to you, the people of Scotland, to decide who should win’
- ‘The nominees have been suggested by our judging panel but it's over to you to decide who should win.’
- ‘Anyway, it's over to you now to listen to five of our favorites and pick the one that you fancy the most!’
- ‘Over to you consumer: vote with your feet.’
- ‘We think this sums up things more eloquently than we ever could, so over to you John.’
- ‘Over to you to discuss whatever you want in the world of football transfers’
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