Definition of it's your funeral in English:

it's your funeral

informal Used to warn someone that an unwise act or decision is their responsibility: ‘I won’t discuss it.’ ‘Don’t then—it’s your funeral.’
More example sentences
  • If you'll excuse the cliché, go ahead but it's your funeral.
  • The constable sighed, ‘All right, bud, it's your funeral.’
  • ‘All right, it's your funeral,’ he said, stepping away from the door to Shaidanna's room and gesturing him through.
responsibility, problem, worry, concern, business, affair
informal headache
British informal lookout, pigeon
See parent entry: funeral

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