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Meaning of “might” - Learner’s Dictionary

might

modal verb     /maɪt/
HAPPEN
A2 used to talk about what will possibly happen: It might be finished by Thursday. She might not come.Occurring and happeningPossible and probable
TRUE
B1 used to talk about what is possibly true: I think Isabel might be pregnant. The rain might have stopped by now.True, real, false, and unreal
you might like/want to UK formal
used to politely suggest something: You might want to try a different approach next time. Polite expressions
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