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answered A person who studies random things?
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comment What is the English version of the Vietnamese idiom “như cá nằm trên thớt” - “like a fish on cutting board”
@Abecedarian as a heads up, I've asked whether the Vietnamese and Japanese phrases are related on the Japanese language stack exchange: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/24360/…
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comment What is the English version of the Vietnamese idiom “như cá nằm trên thớt” - “like a fish on cutting board”
@Mitch is the Pope Catholic?
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revised How is the past tense of “error” spelt in British English?
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comment How is the past tense of “error” spelt in British English?
@Mari-LouA I don't appreciate threats.
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comment How is the past tense of “error” spelt in British English?
@Mari-LouA No, yes.
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comment How is the past tense of “error” spelt in British English?
@Mari-LouA there wasn't a strong consensus that "error" can't be verbed.
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asked How is the past tense of “error” spelt in British English?
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comment Phrases like “Fifth Beatle” or “Fourth estate”
I'm looking for a term describing such phrases, not additional examples.
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asked Phrases like “Fifth Beatle” or “Fourth estate”
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comment Difference between “Thanking you” and “Thank you”?
Indian English tends to use "-ing" more often than British English or American English. Maybe that was part of your friend's concern.
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accepted Antonym of copypasta
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comment What is a “hot meal”?
I don't know why this is being closevoted - the only onelook.com match is from the very unreliable Urban Dictionary.
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accepted Is “preference” a recently verbed noun?
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comment What is a word for a person who thinks they are going to fail?
Not an answer, but related term: impostor syndrome