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accepted "crash someone's couch” vs “crash on someone's couch”
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comment "crash someone's couch” vs “crash on someone's couch”
ok, thanks. I will wait if anyone finds a good reference for this and then accept the answer.
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comment "crash someone's couch” vs “crash on someone's couch”
well, this is my belief too. You didn't add anything to what I know. I am looking for a reference. In the dictionary, you can find expressions such as "My son's friends crashed our house last weekend" (see thefreedictionary.com/crash), where the meaning is not "crash the house into something" :)
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comment Subject of a commit message (in software engineering)
@Hugo: thanks for the vote to reopen and the reference to that other question. It is indeed very similar and it partially answers my question too.
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comment Subject of a commit message (in software engineering)
@RegDwightΒВB: ok, I will migrate it to Programmers then.
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comment “Let's/We let A be a variable”
In all the cases the audience will understand. I was wondering which one is both correct and helps to engross the audience most.
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comment “Let's/We let A be a variable”
sorry, I meant "We let A be...", not "let us A be". I edited the post accordingly.
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