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said

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Pronunciation: /sɛd
 
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Definition of said in English:

verb

past and past participle of say.

adjective

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Used in legal language or humorously to refer to someone or something already mentioned or named: acting in pursuance of the said agreement
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  • Although the issue was debated at length at the national roads board work programme and that a commitment was made by the ministry to make available the said document, nothing has been done.
  • Mike Davis, the author of the said article, is the founder of Colorprep.
  • It was at the time when the said Rita lived in the neighborhood.

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