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answered Synonymous idiom for “more x than you can shake a stick at”
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revised What is “a room a company provides for eating food” called?
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answered What is “a room a company provides for eating food” called?
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asked Can I refer to the object of the previous list item with “it”?
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comment What is the English synonym for the German word “Sparmeister”?
@Dronz I haven't heard that one before... But maybe I don't hang out with the right people :)
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comment What is the English synonym for the German word “Sparmeister”?
@Dronz: Parsimonious is rare over here as well – can't recall the last time I heard it in speech! And likewise, stingy is probably the most common in British English.
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revised What is the English synonym for the German word “Sparmeister”?
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answered What is the English synonym for the German word “Sparmeister”?
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comment Is it correct to omit this verb?
Thanks – this is what I was after. I'd clearly gotten confused and tried to combine the two forms!
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accepted Is it correct to omit this verb?
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comment Is it correct to omit this verb?
@David: This is what I thought – can anyone else comment on this?
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comment Is it correct to omit this verb?
Thanks – it sounded OK to me when I read it to myself. Not sure where I got that idea!
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asked Is it correct to omit this verb?
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