What is the difference between “It’s up to you” and “It’s down to you”?

What is the difference between “It’s up to you” and “It’s down to you”?

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  1. The difference between those two phrases is that the phrase “It’s up to you” is used when you are unsure about the situation and you are giving the control to the person you are talking to. On the other hand, “It’s down to you” means that you are giving control to the person you are talking to.

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