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answered Is there English proverb or saying equivalent to Chinese / Japanese common proverb 李下に冠を正さず- Don’t touch (redress) your coronet under the plum tree?
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reviewed Close “Him” or “his” used with “resulted”
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reviewed Close does a semicolon or comma belong before “is this correct?”
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reviewed Close Very great or great?
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comment antonym for beneficiary
@gwatson Contributor, an alternative in an answer below, fits your example, and is used commonly to refer to people who pay compulsory taxes.
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answered antonym for beneficiary
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comment Meaning/origin of “You bet” as a response to “Thank you”
@JefersonOliveira I've never felt that the phrase you bet was in any way rude or flippant. To me, it is a more enthusiastic response than a simple you're welcome. You bet means "you can bet on it" — it is a way of saying "you can always expect the same from me."
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comment What is a group of cars on the road called?
@Mitch Really? Because it sounds perfectly comprehensible to me.
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revised Nasalization in IPA
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revised Nasalization in IPA
added 10 characters in body
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answered Nasalization in IPA
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answered English idiom equivalent to “Like a deaf man at a wedding procession”