English to Spanish here you go

Dictionary entry: here you go


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The example given of the use of the phrase "here you go" refers to a steak in English but to coffee in Spanish.
Here's what appears:
Was it you who ordered the steak, sir? Here you go.
¿Usted pidió el café?, aquí tiene.
  • Hi Nevand00. Thanks for your interest in our dictionaries. :) Sometimes, we add an example sentence in Spanish that isn't the translation of the English one. This is what the symbol means, and we do this when a translation doesn't really work to depict the usage of a word or expression. However, this doesn't seem to be the case since the proposed translation aquí tiene works perfectly in this sentence in Spanish, so I've translated the English sentence. This change will be visible on the website once our databases are updated in the next months.