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  1. If you will, meaning if you will allow me to use this phrase, is a hedge phrase, and it could usually be removed. Writers often use it to apologize for a weak phrase—often a bad metaphor, a corny coinage, or a phrase the writer is reluctant to use.
  2. if you will A phrase used to indicate that what one has just said is an uncommon, metaphorical, or original way of saying something. Similar to the phrases "so to speak" and "in a manner of speaking." She's very kind-minded, if you will.
  3. 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.
  4. If you will 1. An phrase overused by those trying to sound sophisticated and/or intelligent. 2.
  5. What does 'If you will' mean? 'If you will' is used as a way of making a concession in a sentence: Here, it is used a way of accepting that the reader or listener might think of the person as a liar, but without commit the writer or speaker to that position fully.
  6. DEFINITIONS 2 1 spoken formal used for asking people who are listening to you to think about something Consider, if you will, the position of women in Afghanistan.
  7. Oxford English Dictionary says ["if you will"] is "sometimes used parenthetically to qualify a word or phrase: = ‘if you wish it to be so called’, ‘if you choose or prefer to call it so.’" Citations are given for the exact phrase back to the 16th century, with similar elliptical uses dating back to .
  8. An if- or when-clause (often used to form conditional sentences) generally does not contain “will,” which is the simple future tense of the verb “to be.” One exception is when the action in the if- or when-clause takes place after that in the main clause. For .

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