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if you please

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishif you pleaseif you pleaseold-fashioned a) formalASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO something used to politely ask someone to do something Close the door, if you please. b) BELIEVE British English used to show that you are surprised, angry, or annoyed about something He asked me, in my own house if you please, to leave the room! please
Examples from the Corpus
if you pleaseSpell it for me, if you please.Bring me a bottle, if you please.Doctor Illingworth, to you, sir, if you please!Mr Justice Blackstone, if you please.Nor friends to vipers, if you please.Three meters, if you please!We were in the White House, if you please, and he wanted us to leave the room.They are being forced - by politicians, if you please, as if politics were something serious like money - to compete.The reader may watch it if he pleases, it exists for itself, not for him.
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