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Sep
18
accepted Be “running late” and “run my appointment”
Sep
15
comment Be “running late” and “run my appointment”
@EdwinAshworth Hey I think this is a very good answer and deserves to be awarded. Can you please submit it as an answer?
Sep
15
asked Be “running late” and “run my appointment”
Sep
13
comment Word to describe putting a body part in a place thus not allowing fresh air in…?
@JeffSahol I like those statements you gave, but I was just giving a hypothetical example in order to get the word I'm looking for.
Sep
11
comment Word to describe putting a body part in a place thus not allowing fresh air in…?
@JLG I like cover as well. After the wound has heal enough, The Mayo Clinic also mentions at the latter that exposure to the air will speed wound healing.
Sep
11
comment Word to describe putting a body part in a place thus not allowing fresh air in…?
@TheMathemagician Sorry if I caused confusion, but what I meant was that it's obvious that we should not stifle any wounded/injured part of the body/allow as much ventilation as possible.
Sep
11
accepted Word to describe putting a body part in a place thus not allowing fresh air in…?
Sep
11
asked Word to describe putting a body part in a place thus not allowing fresh air in…?
Sep
4
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
4
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
comment What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
@Kris But I feel that if I added the ending of Collins' definition to OALD's, the definition will be much better and comprehensive.
Aug
31
accepted What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
Aug
31
comment What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
@Kris The thing is the definition I wrote is a combination of the senses from both of the dictionaries I mentioned. How should I rephrase my question without sounding too weird? Pardon me my English is horrible :(
Aug
30
comment What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
@Kris The definition I cited is from Collins and OALD and the answers I found are similar to terdon and Zibbobz'.
Aug
30
comment What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
@terdon I actually didn't get a chance to go through the newer answers, and pardon me I'm a slow reader :( I will decide once I finish reading them :)
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
28
asked What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
Aug
21
accepted What's the origin of the idiom “get bent out of shape”?
Aug
21
accepted What do you call these cars ridden by disabled people?
Aug
21
comment What do you call these cars ridden by disabled people?
@skymninge Actually I shouldn't of call it a car, their small like a wheelchair, but powered.