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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:

so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:

so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:

so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:

so

–adverb
1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied: Do it so.
2. in that or this manner or fashion; thus: So it turned out.
3. in the aforesaid state or condition: It is broken and has long been so.
4. to the extent or degree indicated or suggested: Do not walk so fast.
5. Informal. very or extremely: I'm so sad.
6. very greatly: My head aches so!
7. (used before an adverb or an adverbial clause and fol. by as) to such a degree or extent: so far as I know.
8. having the purpose of: a speech so commemorating the victory.
9. for this or that reason; hence; therefore: She is ill, and so cannot come to the party.
10. (used as an affirmative to emphasize or confirm a previous statement) most certainly: I said I would come, and so I will.
11. (used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a previous statement) indeed; truly; too: I was so at the party!
12. likewise or correspondingly; also; too: If he is going, then so am I.
13. in such manner as to follow or result from: As he learned, so did he teach.
14. in the way that follows; in this way: The audience was seated, and so the famous speech began.
15. in the way that precedes; in that way: So ended the speech, and the listeners arose and cheered.
16. in such way as to end in: So live your life that old age will bring you no regrets.
17. then; subsequently: and so to bed.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary