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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Is there a categorization of different kinds of words like loanwords, compound words, slang… etc?
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accepted How does the word “cardinal” relate to “cardinal numbers”
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awarded  Curious
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accepted What does “I'm *just* glad” mean?
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asked What does “I'm *just* glad” mean?
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accepted Is addressing a guy as “guy” rude?
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asked Is addressing a guy as “guy” rude?
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asked How does the word “cardinal” relate to “cardinal numbers”
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accepted What does “head the bill” mean?
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asked What does “head the bill” mean?
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accepted One word for “unworthy of consideration”
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revised One word for “unworthy of consideration”
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revised One word for “unworthy of consideration”
added 76 characters in body; edited title
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comment One word for “unworthy of consideration”
negligible doesn't imply the unworthiness enough. Option 2 is not just not important, but it has a disadvantage that needs to be highlighted with a "strong" adjective.