Take it or leave it
Definition: Used to say that someone will not make a better offer than the offer they have made.
要么成交，要么就算 / 你不要就算了
I'll give you $500 for this iPhone. Take it or leave it.
sb can take it or leave it
Definition: To neither like nor dislike something.
My sister loves chocolate whereas I can take it or leave it.
Hey, what's up? Mr. Wong here. So here's the deal - I'm gonna teach you a new phrase and in return you can follow our Official Wechat Account.
That's my final offer, take it or leave it. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, today's new phrase is "take it or leave it."
Agent: How much do you want?
Seller: What can you afford?
Agent: Just so you know, there are intelligence agencies all over the world looking for this, some just as likely to put a bullet in your brain as pay for it.
Seller: $2 million, U. S.
Agent: Not to mention the people you work for. I'm betting you haven't breathed a word of this to them either. I can give you half that much.
Agent: One million, take it or leave it.
聯 系 人 ： 孟?女士