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how1 US English

In what way or manner; by what means

how2 US English

A greeting attributed to North American Indians (used in humorous imitation)

how do? US English

An informal greeting

how so? US English

How can you show that that is so?

how-to US English

Providing detailed and practical advice

how far US English

Used to ask how great a distance is

how now? US English

What is the meaning of this?

how come? US English

Said when asking how or why something happened or is the case

and how! US English

Very much so (used to express strong agreement)

how about US English

Used to make a suggestion or offer

how many US English

What number

how much US English

What amount or price

know-how US English

Practical knowledge or skill; expertise

know-how US Thesaurus

good old American know-how

here's how! US English

Said when drinking to someone’s health

how dare you US English

Used to express indignation

how say you? US English

How do you find? (addressed to the jury when requesting its verdict)

how's tricks? US English

Used as a friendly greeting

how's yourself? US English

How are you? (used especially after answering a similar inquiry)

long1 US English

(After a measurement and in questions) measuring a specified distance from end to end

the how and why US English

The methods and reasons for doing something

how do you do? US English

A formal greeting

how-do-you-do US English

An awkward, messy, or annoying situation

affect1 US English

Have an effect on; make a difference to

how's that for ——? US English

Isn’t that a remarkable instance of ——?

how the land lies US English

What the state of affairs is

how the world wags US English

How affairs are going or being conducted

how do? in how1 US English

An informal greeting

how so? in how1 US English

How can you show that that is so?

demonstrate US English

Give a practical exhibition and explanation of (how a machine, skill, or craft works or is performed)

depending on US English

Being conditioned by; contingent on

deuce2 US English

Used as a euphemism for “devil” in expressions of annoyance, impatience, or surprise or for emphasis

how far in far US English

Used to ask how great a distance is

how now? in how1 US English

What is the meaning of this?

how the other half lives US English

Used to allude to the way of life of a different group in society, especially a wealthier one

how come? in come US English

Said when asking how or why something happened or is the case

and how! in how1 US English

Very much so (used to express strong agreement)

how about in how1 US English

Used to make a suggestion or offer

how many in how1 US English

What number

how much in how1 US English

What amount or price

beat US English

Baffle

here's how! in how1 US English

Said when drinking to someone’s health


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