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Do you like oranges?
I can’t really trust you, can I?
Is there anything I can do to show you how sorry I am?
I want to go to my room, if you don’t mind.
I’ll give it to you if you want it.
Tonight you men can wash the dishes.
I didn’t see you girls sitting there.
He wasn’t very good-looking, but you could tell he thought he was.
When you’re with him, he makes you feel very important.
If you exercise every day, you’ll feel a lot better.
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a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
the system of trade unions, or the principles on which trade unions are based
an afternoon full of crafts
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Definition and synonyms of you from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.