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as you do

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas you doas you doBritish English spoken in the way that people usually do something or how they normally behave – often used humorously by people after they have mentioned doing something strange or unusual We talked, exchanged email addresses and phone numbers, as you do on planes. I was driving a Ferrari through town yesterday – as you do – when I saw an old school friend outside the cinema. as
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