Re: Rest my case
I rest my case isn't just "I'm done talking" but, "See, what I just told you proves that I'm right."
There must be an equivalent in Spanish, I just don't know what. No es mi culpa; soy gringo, que tampoco es mi culpa.
There is a Latin expression "Q.E.D." Quod era demonstrandum == which was to be demonstrated -- which one writes at the end of a logical argument--which is about the same.
My dictionary (Larousse Spanish-Eng) gives, as Jur: terminar el alegato, to rest one's case,as well as Allí queda for "there the matter rests.' Is there any Spanish everyday expression similar to these?
By the way, the Google Automatic Translator gives: recline mi caja. Google is sometimes pretty good, but not so good with expresions.
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