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Apr
19
comment A word or phrase meaning the utter failure of a work product
That may be, but simply put, a failure is the opposite of success. There are no degrees of failure for pass/fail tests, for instance. Hyperbole.
Apr
19
comment A word or phrase meaning the utter failure of a work product
I suppose one man's abomination is another man's hit musical. Are there abominable successes? Do you consider failure to be an on/off condition?
Apr
19
answered A word or phrase meaning the utter failure of a work product
Apr
18
comment What's the meaning of the expression “gold-plated commandos”?
I corrected your spelling of 'pejorative'. You can always click the 'edited' link to see what changes have been made and roll them back as you see fit.
Apr
18
revised What's the meaning of the expression “gold-plated commandos”?
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Apr
18
answered What is the opposite of commercial?
Apr
18
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Apr
18
revised Opposite of “bells and whistles”
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Apr
18
answered Opposite of “bells and whistles”
Apr
17
comment How does “among” vs “between” affect the meaning of this sentence from the Times?
+1 for your obvious typo :)
Apr
17
answered “adapt the discussion to suit your own needs” <- correct?
Apr
17
answered What's the meaning of the expression “gold-plated commandos”?
Apr
17
comment Is the idiom 'burn the midnight oil' not used as much lately?
@MT_Head, isn't Peter Garrett angry enough already? ;)
Apr
15
revised What is the noun to refer to the 64- or 32-bit -ness of an operating system
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Apr
15
answered What is the noun to refer to the 64- or 32-bit -ness of an operating system
Apr
14
comment Dabbles in cooking?
Or plays at being a cook.
Apr
13
answered How far is the safari park from here?
Apr
13
answered What is the verb form of “LLC”?
Apr
13
comment An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end
Raising teenagers has been described as nailing Jell-o to a tree.
Apr
13
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