Meaning of “and/or” in the English Dictionary

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"and/or" in British English

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and/orconjunction

/ˌændˈɔːr/ us /ˌændˈɔːr/

(Definition of “and/or” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"and/or" in American English

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and/orconjunction

us /ˈændˈɔr/

(used to refer to both things or either one of the two mentioned) either "and" or "or":

If the game is canceled, you will get a refund and/or new tickets.

(Definition of “and/or” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"and/or" in Business English

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and/orconjunction

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used to mean that either one of two things or both of them is possible:

Some banks are offering customers cards and/or loans over the internet.

(Definition of “and/or” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)