same here: used instead of repeating something that has just been said to indicate that the same thing applies to you (informal)
the same thing applies elsewhere: indicating that whatever has just been said about one person or thing applies equally to somebody or something else
The car will need to be cleaned; ditto the children.
noun (plural dit·tos)
symbols representing repeated matter: a pair of symbols (") that together represent matter that is repeated directly from what appears above them but that is unstated
transitive verb (past dit·toed, past participle dit·toed, present participle dit·to·ing, 3rd person present singular dit·tos)
repeat something: to repeat or imitate something that somebody else has said or done
[Early 17th century. Via a Tuscan dialect variant of Italian detto “said,” from the Latin past participle dictus . Originally used to avoid repeating the name of a month.]