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revised Meaning and usage of “to no end”
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comment Meaning and usage of “to no end”
Guys, I don't understand the need for all these edits. I thought my question was pretty clear.
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comment Meaning and usage of “to no end”
@RegDwightΒВBẞ8, I understand how and when the phrase is used. But, I am wondering why it is used.
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accepted Phrase or idiom to mean “one at a time”
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comment Phrase or idiom to mean “one at a time”
@Monica, yes, I was talking about unrelated tasks. So, can't use step-by-step or sequentially. @JLG, that sounds good, but not exactly what I was looking for.
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comment Phrase or idiom to mean “one at a time”
"biting off more than you can chew" is such a good phrase :)
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comment Is there an English idiom for 'your silence implies your consent'?
We have an idiom in our language, Telugu, which translates to "Silence is half agreement"
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