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like this/that/so

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlike this/that/solike this/that/sospokenWAY/MANNER used when you are showing someone how to do something You have to fold the corners back, like so. like
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like this/that/soIt goes like this: 1.Aye, some boys will be like that.But it was not always like this.Geniculate, at first glimpse, is something like that.How typical of Iris to think of such a detail at a time like this.Nothing even remotely like this had ever happened to her before, and she didn't like it.He was an associate of Neuhaus, and like that legendary figure imparted the richest sense of cultural and human ideals.
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