Say-so meaning

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(informal) Alternative spelling of say-so.

We're just waiting on your sayso.

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Statement that something is so.

I wouldn't buy anything that expensive just on the say-so of a saleman.

The say-so of one small child is not enough to convict a man of murder in the absence of any other evidence.

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(informal) Permission.

You are not to go into that room without my say-so.

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Say, voice (in a matter).

I have to do it. I'm afraid I have no say-so in the matter.

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An unsupported statement or assurance.

I'm not reporting him just on your say-so.

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An expression of permission or approval.

If you want to borrow the bike, you have to get her say-so.

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The right or authority to decide.

Do I have any say-so in this matter?

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A person's word, opinion, assurance, etc.

Based solely on her say-so.

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Right of decision; authority.

Who has the say-so in such matters?

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