if you will

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if you will

  1. Please, kindly; used in giving a non-concrete instruction.
    But imagine, if you will, a world where these logistical problems were solved.
  2. So to speak, like; used to indicate that a description is not standard.
    These are "partial artifacts", if you will: the imaging process has merely amplified flaws that were already present in the original.
  3. Used in conceding a description.
    He wasn't a very honest person; a liar, if you will.

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