Definition of if you please in English:

if you please

1Used in polite requests: follow me, if you please
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  • And you may follow, if you please, or keep to public streets.
  • Kindly draw the water while I change my dress, if you please.
  • I'll take another Martini, now, Sproat, if you please.
2Used to express indignation at something perceived as unreasonable: she wants me to make fifty cakes in time for the festival, if you please!
More example sentences
  • And of course, should Don Brash indicate that he is keen to become the next MP for Tamaki, I should expect Margaret and Tim to withdraw their nominations - gone by lunchtime, if you please…
  • We must adopt the promised land mindset, if you please.
  • A large plasma screen on the wall offered excellent TV reception, as well as high-speed Internet access using the wireless keyboard provided… at £5.99 per hour, if you please.
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