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answered What do you call a person that goes to extreme ends to accomplish a goal?
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answered “Calling a spade a spade”: synonymous expressions?
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accepted “I could not” vs “I would not be able to”
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comment Is there a word for excessive use of articles?
@ErikKowal every chart title starts with "the", every hardware component name, every object with a distinct unique name. "A number of users", "an amount of messages", "the queries for the database of the servers of the system", etc. Seriously, we could really live without a lot of those articles.
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asked Is there a word for excessive use of articles?
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answered Safer alternative to “opaque”?
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answered Not “On the Rocks”
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comment Proper term for knowing four or more languages?
Unfortunately, this limits the meaning to only 4 languages.
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comment Thrice or triple?
"Double Baked Pie" for reference. Whether it is double-baked remains unknown :p
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comment Thrice or triple?
"Triple cooked chips" may be read as "cooked triple chips", which has a totally different meaning, but "Triple-cooked chips" isn't so ambiguous. Words connected with a hyphen are interpreted as indivisible, so don't forget to use it if you want to avoid confusion.