How to Pronounce or?

Correct pronunciation for the word "or" is [ˈɔː], [ˈɔː], [ˈɔː].

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"Or" in context

The term "or" is commonly used to refer to the inclusive or operator, which is a logical and mathematical operation. It is used to denote either one of two options, typically indicated by a "0" or "1", as part of a binary system of logic. When thinking of the English language, "or" can be used as a conjunction that links two contrasting ideas. For example, "you can have a cake or a brownie; you can learn maths or geology." This makes the ideas mutually exclusive and implies that the person can only pick one of the two options.

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