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I just herad it in a TV series from satelite

  1. My treat.
  2. My treat.
  3. No my treat
  4. Ok your treat.
  • definition: treat - noun 1. or 2. depending on the context. – user3169 Mar 28 '14 at 19:17
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It means "I will pay for this", as in "I will treat you to this". Usually said in the context of a restaurant meal, or possibly an activity such as going to a movie or concert.

  • Yes; in the context of the television script, it's a short dispute about who will pay, with both parties initially offering to pay. In a comedy, a man and a woman might have this conversation when they are trying to decide if they are "on a date," or merely dining out together. – J.R. Mar 28 '14 at 21:25

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