What does "so that" mean?
"So that" is used to talk about purpose or to give an explanation. It is used to show an action producing an intended result. It is the same meaning as "in order that". "So that" is far more common than "in order that", and is also less formal. Ex: He must lose so that we can win. Ex: I’ll go by car so that I can take more luggage.
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