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shall I/we say

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshall I/we sayshall I/we sayused when you are not quite sure how to describe someone or something He is, shall we say, slightly unusual. say
Examples from the Corpus
shall I/we sayA prankster, shall we say?She was a pretty fiery, and shall we say, a somewhat lusty character.It has, shall we say, connotations!What shall I say, eh, eh, eh?Instead, he summoned Ford to Philadelphia, a place where Ford is, shall we say, known?And what shall I say more?In other words, you've got to have, shall we say, the equipment to go with the line.Here's how it opens: What shall we say, then?
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