One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Expressed in a different way; that is to say.‘The new cat treat has a 90-plus palatability level. In other words, cats like it’
namely, that is to say, that is, to wit, to be specific, specifically, in other words, to put it another wayView synonyms
- ‘Yes, she was one of my friends, or in other words: another one of Meena's posses.’
- ‘There is a difference, in other words, between tax minimisation and tax evasion.’
- ‘Galloway, by contrast, was his usual self: in other words, a blustering demagogue.’
- ‘Today's woman is closer to today's man - in other words, shaped like a phone box.’
- ‘What is lost with the passing of network TV, in other words, is the journalism of verification.’
- ‘So in other words, the tribunal would make the judgment based on the nature of the claim itself.’
- ‘Where do they meet when you cross them - in other words, what can you cover with them?’
- ‘What, in other words, could possibly be gained by going over the same data that someone else has analysed?’
- ‘There is no such thing, in other words, as a stimulus which produces the same emotional response in everyone.’
- ‘The Minister's ruling, in other words, is not quite the definitive decision it might seem at first.’
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