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comment Should I use “tournament”, “championship” or simply “game” for an online competiion site?
Thanks for your answer. Is there any term that is short and generic for "tournament" and "championship" that is better than "game"? Because game could be confused with a game title
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accepted Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
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comment Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
I'll take that as a "no, it's more known as something that something that starts something, or a pyromaniac, or a Stephen King book or movie". Thank you
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comment Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
Thanks for your reply, but I don't understand if "firestarter" is more known for it's sexual connotation or something else.
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comment In a software meant to be used internationally, should I use “post code”, “postal code” or “zip code”?
@Dusty Thanks for the point. It's for the end user, not authorities
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