and/or

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See also: andor, Andor, and ändor

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and/or

  1. Joins two alternatives to mean either or both; indicates that inclusive or is meant where or alone might be taken to mean exclusive or.
    List three personal and/or business references.
    (meaning that these three references could be all personal, all business, or a combination of both)
    • 1960, Walt Kelly, Pogo, January 21 comic strip (→ISBN, p. 113):
      [Howland Owl:] There wasn't no everybody else... 'cept them what was in jail and/or dead.
      [Albert:] Since when is it a crime to be dead?

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