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Dec
31
comment Has there ever been a word for someone who has a thousand pounds?
"Has there ever been a word for someone who has a thousand pounds?" Yes, incredibly obese.
Dec
31
comment “have” vs.“have got” in American and British English
Plenty of Americans use "I've got [something]" without ever using "I have got [something]."
Aug
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
19
comment Medical term for deafness
@Danielδ Exactly. :)
Jul
19
comment “I'm proud that you are my father”
+1 It conveys that same sense in American English.
Jul
19
comment Medical term for deafness
Fun fact: "akouo" (ἀκούω) is ancient Greek for "I hear".
Jun
29
comment “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
Thanks for editing my edit, that type of behavior is appreciated on this network.
Jun
28
revised “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
Fixed grammar
Jun
28
suggested approved edit on “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
Jun
28
revised “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
Added example for particular chair type
Jun
28
suggested approved edit on “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
Jan
27
awarded  Critic
Dec
23
awarded  Suffrage
Dec
5
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
Did you get your Festivus pole?
Dec
5
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
Christmas Day is a Federal Holiday. That is it's name. I'm adding this as a comment because it's appropriate to call it by it's name, regardless of the religious context. For example, were there a Cult of the Halloween, you wouldn't try to skirt around saying Halloween at the end of October. "Happy Scary Candy Day!"
Nov
22
comment A rude equivalent to a “TV box” term
It's Idiot box.
Nov
11
comment Word meaning “the act of intending to do nothing”
To abstain from everything.
Oct
6
accepted Is there a specific word to describe a business legend?
Oct
6
comment Is there a specific word to describe a business legend?
I just found out that this is the word President Obama used, too.
Oct
6
revised Is there a specific word to describe a business legend?
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