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From Language in India: As mentioned your question is too broad and there is probably no definite answer to it. The following extract examines the issue under different relevant aspects such as the phonological, morphological, lexical, and syntactic ones and can give an insight into what you are looking for: Indian English is a distinct variety of ...


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Amusing it may sound to the natives, single sitting is used to decribe even one night stands. Indians will often ask, "What is your good name?" which is a somewhat literal translation of "Aapka shubh naam kya hai?" Shubh means auspicious or good, and it is basically used as a polite way of asking for someone's full name. Something which ...


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Single sitting (in InE) is commonly used in context of -single sitting treatment-situations: Hair replacement procedures Root canal Tx Cataract operation etc. It's probably an adoption from the idiom "at/in one sitting". at/in one sitting: If you do something at one sitting, you do it during one period of time without stopping. ...


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Outside of India, single sitting is and was certainly used, as attested in the comments, but it will nowadays usually refer to a meal. The (extended) meaning of in the time frame of a single occurrence may be typical Indian usage currently, but I would certainly not qualify such usage as a “blunder”, let alone an “absolute” one. It is no more a blunder ...


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Persian was official and court language of India in Mughal Empire. see also Persians_in_the_Mughal_Empire


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Yes I noticed also that only Indians are using this word UPGRADATION, our indian operations manager used it one time and I was surprised when I read his email. Our other Indian employee also used the word "updation".... and all of my Indian office mates also use the word "revert" as substitute to "reply" which is obviously cannot be. They must have their ...



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