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awarded  Popular Question
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answered I work in a team which ____ the 25 company branches
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comment “Assignee”: doctor or patients
ACtually, assignee also means "a person to whom an assignment has been made" So, if we take the assignment as checking the patients, the doctors in this case are the assignee!
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comment “Assignee”: doctor or patients
I don't think that either the doctor or the patients are the assignee here. Assignee is the person, who is assigning the patients to the doctors.
Feb
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answered Task, project, assignment, job. Which one is correct in my case?
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comment What is the best word for “brain drain” within a company?
I did not put forward my opinion in justifying brain drain to be used in this scenario. I quoted the dictionary meaning. I would have gracefully accepted a down-vote if I would have been expressing my opinion.
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answered What is the best word for “brain drain” within a company?
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answered Looking for a single word for 'blind worship'
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answered “file content” vs. “file contents”
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revised What do you call someone with the same occupation as you, but works for a different company?
fixed grammar, changed sentence structure
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suggested suggested edit on What do you call someone with the same occupation as you, but works for a different company?
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answered What do you call someone with the same occupation as you, but works for a different company?
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revised Is there a word that has the following meaning: to distribute a portion of funds
added another word
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answered Is there a word that has the following meaning: to distribute a portion of funds
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comment Meaning of “sniped in”
bought is not equivalent to "sniped in". Sniped, as a slang, means to steal or take away something which belongs to someone else. I cannot find any reference where "sniped in" has been used (even as a slang).
Feb
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answered What is the term for neglectful spelling of words such as “you” as “u”?