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Word: by the way, parenthetically



used to segue the subject or change the topic, or introduce a related topic. “By the way, I saw Maltz today.” “We attached the Federation. By the way, we also attacked the Romulans.”

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  1. Andrew Miller says:

    To indicate that you’re deviating from the topic at hand, if slightly, say just that:

    DaH (ja’chuqghach) meq’e’ jIpIQHa’; DaHjaj matlh vIghom.
    I’m now being indirect with the topic (of discussion); today I encountered Maltz.

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