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we

pronoun [pl]  us   /wi, /

we pronoun [pl] (PEOPLE)

the person speaking and one or more others: If you don’t hurry up we won’t be on time. We can be used by a speaker or a writer to refer to the listener or person reading and the person speaking or writing: We have to get started now if we’re going to finish this afternoon. We can also mean you: Now everyone, we don’t want to be late, do we?

we pronoun [pl] (ALL PEOPLE)

all people; everyone: We live on planet earth.
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