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Hi all-

Can anyone help me by offering a French expression that would mean roughly "I'm right there with you!" or "I completely get it" or the equivalent in English?

Thanks!

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I think the one work exclamation "entendu" could work for you.  It just means "understood".

"Absolument !" ?

An idiomatic way of saying this would be "Je suis tout à fait d'accord avec toi" or, in response to a proposition, simply "Tout à fait!". Neither is overly colloquial (nor overly formal), though.

"On est d'accord" would be ok as well, it is less formal than  "Je suis tout à fait d'accord avec toi" while meaning the same thing. 

 

C'est sur/C'est clair: "it's obvious" or something like "yeah totally", "clair" is much less formal than "sur", both are often used 

Thanks to everyone for your replies-this is helpful!

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