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If you say so

Posted by Smokey Stover on March 11, 2004

In Reply to: If you say so posted by Bob on March 10, 2004

: : every time I hear someone use "if you say so" as a
: : response to something said, I wonder how to take it.

: As a very mild reproach; not quite an insult. It means "I wouldn't take such a foolish position, but if you insist, I'll pretend to almost agree with you."

Or, "I'm not convinced, but I can't prove you wrong, so I'll let it pass." SS