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We moved here soon after we were married.
We were all glad to get back home.
We Americans have a strong belief in democracy.
Where shall we meet?
Come on, we both need a drink.
In this chapter we shall discuss some aspects of company law.
We live in a competitive world.
How do we learn our mother tongue?
How are we feeling this morning, Mrs Shaw?
Now, do we all have notebooks and pencils?
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a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job
the path that is taken by an object moving around a larger object in space
an expandable stick which you attach to a mobile phone or camera to help you take a selfie …
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Definition of we from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.