English version

if you like

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishif you likeif you likeBritish English a) SUGGESTOFFERused to suggest or offer something to someone I can give you her phone number, if you like. If you like, I could go with you. b) AGREEused to agree to something, even if it is not really what you want yourself ‘Shall we get a takeaway on the way home?’ ‘If you like.’ c) DESCRIBEused to suggest one possible way of describing something or someone We don’t have a proper agreement, but we have an informal understanding, if you like. like
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if you likeHere in Naples you've got a balance, if you like.We could get it over with right now if you like.You and Ugo can go now if you like, Anna.Viscount Muckraker, if you like - but you?She smiled like she meant it, as if she liked everything around her.I asked if she liked living in this country.And here, keep my purse if you like, till I come back.That's if he likes you.
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