(GROUP) [pronoun] - (used as the subject of a verb) the speaker and at least one other person when considered together or as a groupCan we go to the swimming pool this afternoon?We have few options left.We're going to Cyprus for our holidays this year.If you don't hurry up we'll be late.We can be used by a speaker or a writer to refer to the listener(s) or reader and the person speaking or writing.Perhaps we could move on to discuss the next item on the agenda.As we saw in a previous chapter the proof of this theorem is not trivial.
Meaning of WE in English
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012