What is "or so"?
You use the phrase "or so" as a way of saying that the number before is approximate and may actually be more or less. Ex: We will leave at nine, since the drive is an hour or so. Ex: My school raised two hundred dollars or so for charity. Ex: Matt got me a room there for a week or so when I first came here. Ex: The driver usually spends four hours or so helping to load and prepare his truck.
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