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Of course. / Obviously!
"done just well enough to fulfill a need or duty; perfunctorily" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
done after the fact (in an acceptable, but still not ideal, manner); ex post facto
"under duress, or done when no options are available; as a last resort" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
"resentfully; without enthusiasm; begrudgingly" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
a religious stringency
"granted"; yes, that's how it is, that's certainly true
"Would that it be so" (Steinmetz, Yiddish and English)
Question, difficulty (Steinmetz), challenge, objection.
A question posing some difficulty because of apparent inconsistencies with accepted premises: problem. A tough, perplexing question.
"to begin with; altogether" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
"done in the best possible way; optimally" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
"occurring at the beginning; at first; initially" (Weiser, Frumspeak)
seemingly as such while allowing for the possibility of the opposite; apparently; ostensibly (Weiser)
Able to be taken for granted; assumed true in the absence of proof to the contrary; presumably (Weiser)
Permitted for a Jew to do.
Pertinent, relevant (Steinmetz).
1. Capable of being true or believable: Conceivable. / 2. Capable of being done: Surmountable / 3. Practical, reasonable, or possible: Feasible. (Weiser)
passage from the Talmud
"A distinct matter for consideration in discussion, thought, or study" (Weiser)
justification, reason, plausible explanation
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