What is another word for words to that effect?

Pronunciation: [wˈɜːdz tə ðat ɪfˈɛkt] (IPA)

The phrase "words to that effect" is often used to indicate that the speaker is summarizing or paraphrasing something that was said, rather than quoting it directly. However, there are many synonyms that could be used in its place. For example, one could say "roughly speaking," "more or less," "in essence," "basically," or "in summary." Similarly, "to put it another way," "in other words," "stated differently," or "rephrased" are all phrases that could be used to convey a similar idea. The choice of words may depend on the context and tone of the conversation, but all of these phrases can help clarify the intended meaning.

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What are the hypernyms for Words to that effect?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Words to that effect

  • "And, anyway, no matter how much you may behave like the deaf adder of Scripture which, as you are doubtless aware, the more one piped, the less it danced, or words to that effect, I shall carry on as planned. "
    P. G. Wodehouse

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