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Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
31
asked Which is correct “increasingly easy” or “increasingly easier”
Oct
7
comment Is there a word for the phrase “I don't know what I don't know”?
I would simply use ignorant for this
Sep
10
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
6
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
2
awarded  Famous Question
Apr
5
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
29
awarded  Yearling
Mar
9
accepted Appropriate preposition in “your preference of/for time and venue”
Mar
6
comment Scan through the video versus scan the video
Please see my edit
Mar
6
revised Scan through the video versus scan the video
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Mar
6
asked Scan through the video versus scan the video
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
19
accepted A word or phrase for “temporarily not working”
Feb
19
revised A word or phrase for “temporarily not working”
added 22 characters in body
Feb
19
comment A word or phrase for “temporarily not working”
I am looking for a more general word that is applicable when one is sick or just taking leave to stay with family
Feb
19
asked A word or phrase for “temporarily not working”
Feb
17
comment What does “a couple” mean to you, and what does “a few” mean to you?
+1, I was looking for this answer. "About two" makes sense to me
Feb
15
accepted Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?