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I'm not a native English speaker and always get confused with this expression. For instance:

 Me  - What's the current state of <some subject> discussion?
 Bob - There is none. It was brought up in the past and was rejected.
 Me  - Last time I checked, it seemed like we couldn't decide which route to take for <specific topic>.
 Bob - there you go :-)

Me: What's the current state of [some subject] discussion?
Bob: There is none. It was brought up in the past and was rejected.
Me: Last time I checked, it seemed like we couldn't decide which route to take for [specific topic].
Bob: there you go :-)

If it wasn't for the smile emoticon I would be in trouble to interpret it was a positive reaction though I still don't know what it means exactlyexactly.

It happens in other contexts too and I usually pretend I understand it. What does it means usually mean?

I'm not a native English speaker and always get confused with this expression. For instance:

 Me  - What's the current state of <some subject> discussion?
 Bob - There is none. It was brought up in the past and was rejected.
 Me  - Last time I checked, it seemed like we couldn't decide which route to take for <specific topic>.
 Bob - there you go :-)

If it wasn't for the smile emoticon I would be in trouble to interpret it was a positive reaction though I still don't know what it means exactly.

It happens in other contexts too and I usually pretend I understand it. What it means usually?

I'm not a native English speaker and always get confused with this expression. For instance:

Me: What's the current state of [some subject] discussion?
Bob: There is none. It was brought up in the past and was rejected.
Me: Last time I checked, it seemed like we couldn't decide which route to take for [specific topic].
Bob: there you go :-)

If it wasn't for the smile emoticon I would be in trouble to interpret it was a positive reaction though I still don't know what it means exactly.

It happens in other contexts too and I usually pretend I understand it. What does it usually mean?

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What's the meaning of "there you go"?

I'm not a native English speaker and always get confused with this expression. For instance:

 Me  - What's the current state of <some subject> discussion?
 Bob - There is none. It was brought up in the past and was rejected.
 Me  - Last time I checked, it seemed like we couldn't decide which route to take for <specific topic>.
 Bob - there you go :-)

If it wasn't for the smile emoticon I would be in trouble to interpret it was a positive reaction though I still don't know what it means exactly.

It happens in other contexts too and I usually pretend I understand it. What it means usually?