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revised “Not empty” set in one word?
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comment “à la” + masculine
Oops. *grecque (so easy to fall for this trap). That is, greek, adjective, feminine form.
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revised A perfect (honest) pangram that is understandable for a regular native user?
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comment How do you say “question de cours” in English?
@Barmar: yes that's what it means.
Feb
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revised Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
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comment Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
@npst: Yay. I think this is the “something I didn't think of” that answers best my question :-) Thanks!
Sep
19
comment Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
@npst: Sure, but with this one it's not quite obvious that the sentence is a definition anymore. I'd rather avoid it.
Sep
19
comment Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
Ok, from your answer I deduce that skipping the “to be” part is not an option at all. I've seen it a couple of times though (for example search engines report many occurrences of “is said valid”).
Sep
19
revised Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
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Sep
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revised Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
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Sep
19
revised Variations on “a [technical term] is said to be [adjective]” suited to scientific publications
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