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    Talking what does "would have to " mean?

    Can someone tell me what the phrase " would have to " mean? Thks!

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    Re: what does "would have to " mean?

    IT means "it must be so" or "I strongly believe." Ironically, we use it when we're not 100% sure. Example: "Then it would have to be Chen's fault he was arrested."

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