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... or/and whatever (else)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English... or/and whatever (else)... or/and whatever (else)THINGused after mentioning one or two things to mean other things of the same kind You could put an advert in some magazine, journal, newspaper, or whatever. whatever
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... or/and whatever (else)And the same thing applies to people who have collections of quite valueless things: baskets, keys, hats or whatever.And then they go and tell their friends that it's either good or bad or whatever.I was feeling like I had to wrap things up and get dinner for the kids, or whatever.Learning about landscape design, you know - using natural features, hills or rivers or whatever - and improving on it.It favors close-up pictures and whatever can be seen in the immediate foreground.There was a swift flow of air through the room, and whatever it was moved and sat down on the chair.Politics, sexuality or whatever, must be a framework to build on, not a rigid cage which restricts change.
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