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Sep
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answered Word for feeling of being used by someone
Sep
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comment Does “end up with something” always mean possession? (Harry Potter spoilers)
@drɱ65 δ Oxford, Merriam-Webster and Cambridge do not list this phrase at all. OneLook lists a single meaning (no guarantee that it's the only one). Plus the slightly ambiguous context. Hence the question.
Sep
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accepted Does “end up with something” always mean possession? (Harry Potter spoilers)
Sep
22
asked Does “end up with something” always mean possession? (Harry Potter spoilers)
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awarded  Critic
Sep
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revised What do you call a pair of words which would be meaningless without one of them?
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Sep
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comment What do you call a pair of words which would be meaningless without one of them?
Most phrases would still make sense if a word is dropped.
Sep
18
comment All X are Y. Then Some Y is X?
@John That's a good point. Updated the answer.
Sep
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revised All X are Y. Then Some Y is X?
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Sep
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answered All X are Y. Then Some Y is X?
Sep
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answered What do you call a pair of words which would be meaningless without one of them?
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awarded  Suffrage
Sep
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comment “Wear off” or “ware off”
@Mark A couple of million Google hits for "Currently online now", which is redundant in most of the cases: english.stackexchange.com/q/41251/10341
Sep
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answered Origin of “you lot” and other plural forms of “you”
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
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accepted “Currently online now”
Sep
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answered What does “Merlin's beard!” mean?
Sep
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asked “Currently online now”
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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revised “Dear Professor” vs “Dear Mr”: differences between British and American usage
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