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Oct
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revised What does “social mileage” mean?
add link to Ox def per Matt Ellen
Oct
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answered What does “social mileage” mean?
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Apr
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comment Is the phrase “Please be informed that” grammatically correct?
Yes it's grammatical. E.g. "Please be aware that the event will be cancelled in the event of rain". You could also say "For your information, the event will be cancelled in the event of rain" or "Please be aware the event will be cancelled in the event of rain" but the lack of 'that' makes it less formal.
Apr
30
comment Preferred way to apostrophise in case of dual or multiple ownership by distinct entities
@RegDwightΒВBẞ8 I have only heard of Ben & Jerry's icecream thanks to a TED talk by Seth Godin. Apart from that I've simply never seen it.
Dec
9
answered Is there a single word for “money-mindedness”?
Dec
9
answered Is there a single word for “money-mindedness”?
Dec
8
comment “Call on” or “call at” or something else? Which is appropriate?
But to say "Call me at work" or "Call me at home" are perfectly valid ways to ask "Call me on my work number" and "Call me on my home number" respectively.
Dec
8
answered Usage of the word “behoove”
Dec
8
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
Except that I feel all excluded because Christmas for me happens just after the summer solstice. How about "Happy non-demoninational winter or summer solstice period"? Just rolls off the tongue.
Dec
8
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
Awesome suggestion!
Nov
16
answered Is there a word for the person who hides truth in order to deceive?
Nov
9
comment How should a (North American) Native English Speaker prounounce the word 'Afrikaans'?
@Random832 That's right, a short 'i', but difficult to render without the IPA characters.
Nov
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comment A single word antonym of “absorb”
Strong vote for emit.