Idioms: it's in the bag -- it's your move

it's in the bag (See in the bag)
it's not a question of it is not a factor, it is not important It's not a question of money. We can afford to buy a TV.
it's not a state secret it is not a special secret, it is not private information, top secret You can talk about your first marriage. It's not a state secret.
it's not what you know, it's who you know references are important, Bob's your uncle In politics, it's not what you know, it's who you know.
it's now or never do it now or not at all, he who hesitates is lost If we're going to have a family, it's now or never. We can't wait.
it's over/ it's over with it is finished, it is done When the trial ended, she said, "I'm glad it's over with."
it's raining/snowing the weather is rainy or snowy Whenever we visit Vancouver, it's raining.
it's the duck's guts it is great, it is wonderful, the cat's ass "Have you seen the new Cadillac?" "No, I haven't. Is it nice?" "Yes, I'll say. It's the duck's guts!"
it's up to you it is your decision, you choose I can't tell you which program to choose. It's up to you.
it's your move now you move or speak, it's your turn She jumps three of my checkers and says, "It's your move, Bud."
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