How do you use ditto in a conversation?
In informal English, you can use ditto to represent a word or phrase that you have just used in order to avoid repeating it. In written lists, ditto can be represented by ditto marks – the symbol ” – underneath the word that you want to repeat. Lister’s dead. Ditto three Miami drug dealers and a lady.
Is saying ditto rude?
Kind of rude. What she means is not just “I agree,” but “I hereby say the same.” Ditto still carries the concept of actual saying with it. It performs an act of saying by merely pointing back to already said words.
When someone says ditto what does it mean?
ditto. adverb. English Language Learners Definition of ditto (Entry 3 of 2) —used to say that whatever you have said about one person or thing is also true of another person or thing. —used in speech to show you agree with what someone has just said or have the same opinion.
What’s another way to say ditto?
What is another word for ditto?
|the very words||duplicate|
Does ditto mean you too?
Ditto is defined as something you say to show you are in agreement or to signify that something you already said can be said again. An example of ditto is what you would say when someone says “I like pie,” if you also like pie.
Is ditto a formal word?
The formal definition of “ditto” doesn’t quite mean “likewise,” true, but at least in American English it’s a widely accepted slang usage. I wouldn’t use it in formal language, but I also wouldn’t call it incorrect per se.
What animal is ditto?
|Ditto Transform Pokémon メタモン Metamon #132 Images on the Bulbagarden Archives|
|Type Normal Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown|
|Gender ratio Gender unknown||Catch rate 35 (9.9%)|
|Breeding Egg Group Ditto Hatch time 5140 – 5396 steps|
What does right back at you mean?
(idiomatic, US) Used to return a greeting or insult. “Hey, good luck with that, buddy!” / “Right back at you, man!”
What does it mean when someone says same to you?
informal. used as an answer to someone who has greeted or insulted you in order to wish the same thing to them: “Have a good Thanksgiving!” “Same to you!” (= I hope you have a good Thanksgiving too.) SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.