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Definition and pronunciation of how | Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary
1 used when asking for information about somebody/something
I'm not going. How about you?
2 used to make a suggestion
How about a break?
How about going for a meal?
(especially North American English) How about we go for a meal?
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
— used to ask if someone feels good, bad, happy, sad, etc.
▪ “How are you?” “Very well, thank you.”
▪ “How are you doing?” “Okay, I guess.”
▪ “How is your mother these days?” “Much better.”
▪ How do you feel? = How are you feeling?
1 : does that include (someone) : what about
▪ “We're all going to the beach.” “How about Kenny?”
2 informal a — used to show that you are very impressed by someone or something
▪ He won again! How about that guy! [=isn't that guy amazing/impressive?]
b how about that chiefly US — used to show that you are surprised or pleased by something
▪ He won again! How about that! [=what good news!; isn't that great?]
3 also US (informal) how's about a — used to make a suggestion about what could be done
▪ We'll need to talk about this again. How about (meeting) next month?
▪ How about [=what about] driving to the coast for the weekend?
▪ How about another game? [=would you like to play another game?]
▪ What should we do tonight? How about (seeing) a movie?
▪ How's about some more pie?
b — used to ask someone to give you something
▪ How about a couple of dollars until payday? [=can you loan me a couple of dollars until payday?]
▪ How's about (offering me) a drink?
c — used to ask if someone will do something
▪ Well, how about it, are you coming?
4 — used to ask someone to tell you something in response to what you have just said
▪ I like skiing and hiking. How about you? [=what sports do you like?]
▪ I'm ready to go. How about you? [=are you ready, too?]
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