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Mrrobot718

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I want to know what's meaning of the 'do ones' highlighted in this sentence below.

Does it means other countries in OECD?

Could you give me more examples with this phrase?

'As expected, OECD states that swapped lots of tourists with China, such as Switzerland, tend to report higher infection rates than do ones with small flows, like Belgium.'
 
  • Mrrobot718

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    Chinese
    'do' stands for 'report' // ...than ones {states} like Belgium report.

    Example: Bob runs more than I do. 'do' stands for 'run'
    Thank you so much. I can get the example you set for me. But I'm still confused about such an application in the sentence I set.

    Doesn't the order of the two words (do ones or ones do)matter? Or has it just omitted something between the sentence...

    Can I change that into 'tend to report higher infection rates than ones with small flows do, like Belgium'
     
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