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"if you take my meaning" in British English

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if you take my meaning

UK used to say that you have ​left out ​information or ​youropinion from what you have just said, but that you ​expect the ​personlistening still to ​understand it: Let's just say we had "​problems", if you take my ​meaning.
(Definition of if you take my meaning from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “if you take my meaning”
in Chinese (Simplified) 如果你明白我的意思(指弦外之音)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 如果你明白我的意思(指弦外之音)…
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