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comment Is the phrase “I just sucked it out of my thumb” used in American English?
This idiom is used in Polish, too (wyssany z palca).
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accepted Is there a word for a person who is not afraid to point out problems even if that means additional work for them?
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asked Is there a word for a person who is not afraid to point out problems even if that means additional work for them?
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accepted What does “envacuuming” mean?
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comment What does “envacuuming” mean?
@FumbleFingers No problem, feel free to close the question. There aren't many neologisms in the book, so I thought it was an actual words that I just couldn't find in the dictionaries.
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accepted What's the opposite for “steep learning curve”?
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comment What is meant by “steep learning curve”?
+1 for information about actual meaning of this phrase and the way it is usually used. More about this: discuss.fogcreek.com/joelonsoftware/…, stackoverflow.com/q/277618/95.
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accepted “I read the To Kill a Mockingbird book” vs. “I read the book To Kill a Mockingbird”