An example of so is telling someone the time when it's roughly 2pm.
An example of so is saying you went to the beach because it was hot.
An example of so is explaining to someone that you left a party to let you go to bed.
So what happened here? So I'm going to the store to buy some milk.
An example of so is a golfer showing someone how to hold a golf club at a specific angle.
You were on time, and so was I.
To the gas station and so home.
I wouldn't have told you this if it weren't so.
Everything on his desk must be exactly so.
This is the easiest way to get there, so don't argue.
He failed to appear, so we went on without him.
I stayed so I could see you.
She became a loyal friend and remained so.
So! You've finished your work at last.
Hold the bat just so.
They were tired, and so left.
And so to bed.
I did so tell the truth!
Talk louder so (that) everyone can hear.
She smiled, so I did too.
They are friends and will remain so.
Is that so?
So you think you've got troubles?
Hold the brush so.
- In order to:.Mail your package early so as to ensure its timely arrival.
- With the purpose that:.I stopped so that you could catch up.
- With the result or consequence that.
- Used to express contempt or lack of interest.
- And others; and the rest; and in like manner; et cetera (etc.).
- In precise or proper order.When it comes to housecleaning, everything must be just so.
- Approximately that number, amount, etc.; more or less.Fifty dollars or so.
- In order to.
- A phrase used to express acceptance or acquiescence.
- Goodbye! farewell!.
- To an unspecified but limited degree, amount, etc. [paid so much per day].
- No more need be said about.so much for my problems.
- A phrase used to accompany a defiant or spiteful gesture, action, remark, etc.
- Even if so, what then?.