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Date created: Thu, Jul 15, 2021 1:05 PM
Date updated: Fri, Sep 30, 2022 10:51 PM
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- 1. used to link alternatives: "a cup of tea or coffee"
- 2. introducing a synonym or explanation of a preceding word or phrase: "the espionage novel, or, as it is known in the trade, the thriller"
- 3. otherwise (used to introduce the consequences of something not being done or not being the case): "hurry up, or you'll miss it all"
- 4. introducing an afterthought, usually in the form of a question: "John's indifference—or was it?—left her unsettled"
- 5. either: archaic "to love is the one way to know or God or man"