How do you use the word or?
Or is a conjunction that connects two or more possibilities or alternatives. It connects words, phrases and clauses which are the same grammatical type: Which do you prefer? Leather or suede?
What does or stand for?
What So do you mean?
Often it’s used in an argument when someone feels they’re being unjustly accused of something. For example, if one friend says to another, “You drink too much,” the other one might answer, “so do you.” This is a way to tell the friend that he has no right to criticize because he does the same thing.
What is the full mean of SOS?
SOS IN THE PRESENT AND FUTURE Some people mistakenly think the “SOS” in our name means “Save Our Souls”, “Send Our Succor”, or “Save Our Ship”. The original use of “SOS,” however, dates back to 1908 and the International Morse Code distress signal used with maritime radio systems.
Is so so correct?
Yes, people do say so-so, and they write it as well. You can find plenty of examples in the Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA), like this: Bottom line: A governor with a so-so staff and so-so appointees will have a so-so governorship.