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comment Fun + Challenging =?
Puzzling means difficult to solve, which for some is also fun.
Jan
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Jan
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comment What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
@jimm101 Olga can define academically whatever she wants it to be. Nothing wrong with a simple definition.
Jan
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comment What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
@olga Perdue's recommendations for academic definitions include to Define a word in simple and familiar terms. Your definition of an unfamiliar word should not lead your audience towards looking up more words in order to understand your definition.
Jan
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revised “Would you mind and do something” in nonstandard colloquial AmEng
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Jan
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comment What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
This definition for beer says an individual serving of beer; a glass, can, or bottle of beer:
Jan
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answered “Would you mind and do something” in nonstandard colloquial AmEng
Jan
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Jan
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comment What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
If you want to sound "academic," just use the Latin form: "Let biber be a subunit of a pack of alcoholic drinks made from yeast-fermented malt flavored with hops." ;-)
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comment What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
@nekomatic I agree with your argument for a bar or even a beer store. However, the title of the question specifies units "in a pack," and varieties or brands doesn't really make confusion there (except for variety packs). The usage is for a specific context.
Jan
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answered What do you call a unit of beer within a pack?
Dec
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comment What is the offline equivalent of “clickbait”?
Junk mail alone isn't always enticing. Marking it Confidential or Contains time-sensitive information is a way to get someone to open it.
Dec
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answered Single word for old and many-times-seen content
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answered A collocation meaning “one has anger”
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comment Student vs Students'
It's three nouns in a row, which has disadvantages. ‘Group for optics students ‘ or ‘Student group for optics‘ have very different meanings. Which one works best?
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comment Soft or more euphemistic way of saying “suffer”
Not sure everyone agrees with your definition of challenging :-) consumeraffairs.com/news/…