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Latin

Etymology

From si (if) + vis (you want), the second person of velle (to want). Literally meaning "if you want".

Adverb

si vis

  1. (a parenthetical remark) if you please
  2. if you wish, if you want, if you choose, if you insist upon it, if you're willing, if you prefer

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