Meaning of “if you will” in the English Dictionary

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"if you will" in British English

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if you will

also if you like

used to say that a particular expression is one way of saying something, especially to suggest that some people may not choose to say it that way:

I did very well in school , with a "genius IQ" if you will.

(Definition of “if you will” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"if you will" in American English

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if you will

this is one way of saying this:

I did very well in school, with a "genius IQ," if you will.
Note: Used to suggest that some people may not think this is a good way to say something.

(Definition of “if you will” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)