Definition of I suppose so in English:

I suppose so

Used to express hesitant agreement: ‘You see I have to do this?’ ‘I suppose so.’
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  • ‘Um, I suppose so,’ he answers, a bit uncertain.
  • ‘I'd never really thought about it that way,’ said Brother Daniel, ‘but I suppose so, yes.’
  • Um, I suppose so, though I haven't made any plans.
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