Definition of pretty please in English:

pretty please

Used as an emphatic or wheedling form of request.
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  • She told them the problem, passed out a few free tickets and asked them - pretty please - could they find quieter tasks to do during her Wednesday matinees?
  • We can't imagine they'll be too fussed about receiving a letter asking them very nicely to appear in court at some stage, at their convenience, if it's not too much trouble, pretty please?
  • Anyone I know reading this, please come with me, pretty please…
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