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that British & World English

Used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker

in this connection British & World English

With reference to this (or that)

it depends British & World English

Used to express uncertainty in answering a question

so far as British & World English

To the extent that

for fear of British & World English

To avoid the risk of (or that)

hear say of British & World English

Be informed of or that

at this rate British & World English

If matters continue in this or that way

in this regard British & World English

In connection with the point previously mentioned

a sinking feeling British & World English

An unpleasant feeling caused by the realization that something unpleasant or undesirable has happened or is about to happen

by the same token British & World English

In the same way or for the same reason

at that British & World English

In addition; furthermore

in that British & World English

For the reason that

that is British & World English

Used to introduce or follow a clarification, interpretation, or correction of something already said

but that British & World English

Other than that; except that

how's that? British & World English

What is your opinion of that?

not that British & World English

It is not to be inferred that

such that British & World English

To the extent that

like that British & World English

Of that nature or in that manner

that said British & World English

Even so (introducing a concessive statement)

that way British & World English

Used euphemistically to indicate that someone is homosexual

with that British & World English

Straight after that; then

that's that British & World English

There is nothing more to do or say about the matter

to that effect British & World English

Having that result, purpose, or meaning

that's it British & World English

That is the main point or difficulty

take that! British & World English

Exclaimed when hitting someone or taking decisive action against them

—— that was British & World English

As the specified person or thing was formerly known

be all that British & World English

Be very attractive or good

as/that was British & World English

As someone or something was previously called

in that case British & World English

If that is or will be the situation

come to that British & World English

In fact (said to introduce an additional point)

that's flat British & World English

Used to indicate that one has reached a decision and will not be persuaded to change one’s mind

that's life British & World English

An expression of one’s acceptance of a situation, however difficult

I like that! British & World English

Used as an exclamation expressing affront


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