Short for "What do you say?". Means listen to me and/or respond to my question. May also be used to prod the person to respond.
Say, didn't I see you talking to my girlfriend at the party? Say? Uh? Say?
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What many people speak or type when they really mean to speak or type the word, "read".
{Susie, on telephone with pawn shop}: This slip says that the due date is June 10.
{Pawnbroker, on other end of telephone}: That's funny, I don't hear it saying anything!
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I can smell the sea
last chance for the opinionated to have their say
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While giving instructions about computer entry options, used to refer to the act of clicking on a dialog box on the computer screen. click
Say "I accept" and enter your name then say "okay". The program should then save to your desktop.
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(idiom) When someone is making far too many unfounded statements far too quickly for the accused party to deny them, they are "say say saying", as per the duet by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson (1988) in which it shows that the speech is so pointless that no-one, least of all the data subject really cares anymore.
Say, say, say what you want (but don't play games with my affection)
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