When do you use "over to you"? and what does it mean?
Answer from a Native speaker
"Over to you" is an expression used when you want to pass the speaking or presenting opportunity to someone else, like how the speaker has done here. Similar expressions include "passing it over to you" and "your turn." Ex: Alright, I will get Jake to present the next section. Over to you, Jake. Ex: And now, over to Gina. She will explain the rules of the games.
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