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Hey Can you help me to understand the meaning of the following sentence?
He's a charming boy; a good match and a fine catch, as they put it.
What does "as they put it" mean?
And the second question, is that grammatically right?
Richard was one of those people, who didn't know how and didn't want to face up to real things.
Thanks in advance,
And how can I change this sentence and make it sound less stilted?