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Ways of saying that you know, understand or agree

of course

adverb

used when you have just realized something

OK

interjection

used for showing that you agree with something, approve of it, or understand it

all right

interjection

used for showing that you have heard or understood what someone has said

fair enough

used for saying that you understand and accept what someone says

I know

used for showing that you understand someone and feel sympathy for them

if you like

used for showing that you agree to a suggestion although it is not what you would choose to do

I see

used for showing that you are paying attention to what someone is saying and that you understand it

I know what you mean

used for telling someone that you understand their situation very well, often because you have had a similar experience

I see/take your point

used for saying that you understand what someone is trying to say, especially when you disagree with it

I don’t blame you/him/her/them

used for saying that you understand why someone did something or feels a particular way

mom jeans

a style of loose-fitting jeans with a high waist, often considered unfashionable

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endies

Employed but with No Disposable Income or Savings: people who are in work but only earn just enough to live on

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