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to the same degree, amount, or extent; similarly; equally:
I don't think it's as hot and humid today as it was yesterday.
for example; for instance:
Some flowers, as the rose, require special care.
thought to be or considered to be:
the square as distinct from the rectangle; the church as separate from the state.
in the manner (directed, agreed, promised, etc.):
She sang as promised. He left as agreed.
(used correlatively after an adjective or adverb preceded by an adverbial phrase, the adverbial as, or another adverb) to such a degree or extent that:
It came out the same way as it did before. You are as good as you think you are.
(without antecedent) in the degree, manner, etc., of or that:
She's good as gold. Do as we do.
at the same time that; while; when:
as you look away.
As you are leaving last, please turn out the lights.
Questionable as it may be, we will proceed.
with the result or purpose:
He said it in a voice so loud as to make everyone stare.
Informal. (in dependent clauses) that:
I don't know as I do.
(used relatively) that; who; which (usually preceded by such or the same):
I have the same trouble as you had.
a fact that:
She did her job well, as can be proved by the records.
New England, Midland, and Southern U.S. who; whom; which; that:
Them as has gets.
in the role, function, or status of:
to act as leader.
as … as, (used to express similarity or equality in a specified characteristic, condition, etc., as between one person or thing and another):
as rich as Croesus.
as far as, to the degree or extent that:
It is an excellent piece of work, as far as I can tell.
as for /to, with respect to; in reference to:
As for staying away, I wouldn't think of it.
as good as,
equivalent to; in effect; practically:
as good as new.
true to; trustworthy as:
as good as his word.
as how, Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. that; if; whether:
He allowed as how it was none of my business. I don't know as how I ought to interfere.
as if /though, as it would be if:
It was as if the world had come to an end.
as is, in whatever condition something happens to be, especially referring to something offered for sale in a flawed, damaged, or used condition:
We bought the table as is.
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