as\ you\ please

1. As you like, whatever you like or prefer; as you choose.

You may do as you please.

2. informal Very. - Used after an adjective or adverb often preceded by "as".

There was tinker, sitting there, cheerful as you please.

She was dressed for the dance and she looked as pretty as you please.


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  • as you please — 1. As you like, whatever you like or prefer; as you choose. * /You may do as you please./ 2. {informal} Very. Used after an adjective or adverb often preceded by as . * /There was Tinker, sitting there, cheerful as you please./ * /She was dressed …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • as you please — 1. As you like, whatever you like or prefer; as you choose. * /You may do as you please./ 2. {informal} Very. Used after an adjective or adverb often preceded by as . * /There was Tinker, sitting there, cheerful as you please./ * /She was dressed …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • if you please — phrasal : if it is your pleasure, will, desire, or humor : if you like : if you wish used to express courtesy, politeness, or emphasis unbridle him for a minute, if you please Thomas De Quincey he was, if you please, a rascal …   Useful english dictionary

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  • would you please — please, if you would be so kind …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • if you please — used in polite requests or to express indignation. → please …   English new terms dictionary

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