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asked Is there a difference between “subsidy” and “subvention”?
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comment Usage of the word “understatement”
understatement is the opposite of overestimation. This might help you. :)
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comment What is the difference between “it's up to you” and “it's down to you”?
great question. +1
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answered “Foos are menace” vs. “Foos are a menace”
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comment “On the one/other hand” vs. “on the one/other side”
What do you mean by saying OP's?
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accepted What happened to the word “awesome” between 1760 and 1790?