As such means
So .. or
Because of to that .. or
But a translation site seems says differently, but not very clearly.
So, what does it mean?
Examples for common usage would be great !
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"As such,..." means "Being such a thing,..." It is often used, incorrectly, to mean "Therefore,..." Correct:
"Such" is a pronoun. As such, it requires an antecedent (in this case, "pronoun").
He likes pizza. As such, he orders it frequently.
I was taught that a pronoun's antecedent should be in the same sentence, so I almost never start a sentence with "As such," but I do use it to begin a clause after a semicolon:
I'm a grammar freak; as such, I observe the rules as strictly as I can.