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"It's up to you"

 

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Old August 05, 2009, 10:06 PM
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"It's up to you"

I would normally say (translating from English):

"Está para tu decidir"

Is there a better way to express this?
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Old August 05, 2009, 10:35 PM
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It's up to you.
Tú decides.
Te toca decidir.
Es tu decisión.
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I would normally use the first of David's translations: Tú decides. Or also: Lo que tu quieras.
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¿Está en ti (decidir)?
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es asunto tuyo
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Maybe also:

Es cosa tuya.
Allá tú.
Como quieras.
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