cordially request

Shefa123

Member
Bengali
hello, I have heard people say "I cordially request you". I know that cordially means warm or friendly. So does this phrase mean that I am requesting as a friend?
Thank you.
 
  • suzi br

    Senior Member
    English / England
    hello, I have heard people say "I cordially request you". I know that cordially means warm or friendly. So does this phrase mean that I am requesting as a friend?
    Thank you.
    Have you seen this in an actual sentence? We need to see how it is being used. It is more common to “cordially invite” than cordially request.
     
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