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Sep
5
comment What's the origin of “yo”?
It's "Pancho", not "Poncho".
Aug
22
comment Can I say this in English: “Hard- and Software”?
That is frequent in Spanish too, and I recall being corrected by my English teacher ages ago for using it in English. So I guess it's not allowed, or not common practice anyway.
Aug
9
comment What is the synonym/antonym for “feminist”/“feminism”?
Feminismo and machismo are not opposites in Spanish. Not even close.
Jul
24
awarded  Caucus
Jul
19
answered One word for “any time after this moment”
Jul
17
comment Is “substract” (versus “subtract”) a proper word?
Same in Spanish and Galician at least. We tend to assume that "substract" is correct because of "sustraer" in our language. English "subtract", Spanish "sustraer" and French "soustraire" share a common root, but an epenthetic "s" was probably added for the Latin-derived languages at some point.
Jul
11
answered Is there a single word that means 'adding more details' or 'enriching with information'
Jul
4
answered What to call it when someone takes something the most negative possible way
Jun
28
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
28
comment What is a word to describe a person who wears several masks?
Wearing several masks and being very complicated to understand are two very different things. Clarify, please.
Jun
28
answered What is a word to describe a person who wears several masks?
Jun
15
answered What terms describe who pays for a meal?
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Jun
6
comment Word for man with one testicle
@DavidSchwartz: No. To get rid of a cancer.
Jun
3
comment Word for man with one testicle
;-) Well, I was assuming we were considering surgically removed testicles.
Jun
3
comment Word for man with one testicle
I know. The OP seems to be asking for a word denoting someone lacking one testicle, hence my remark.
Jun
3
comment Word for man with one testicle
"Cryptorchidism" sounds like hidden (rather than lacking) testicles.
Jun
2
comment What does “indiscrete marriage” mean in the context of this sentence?
+1. Most likely. Both discrete and discreet have the same origin and pronounciation, BTW.
Jun
2
answered Figurative expression for outrageous/unlikely/overly bold claim