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accepted What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
Aug
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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
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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
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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asked What's the origin of the idiom “cut corners”?
Aug
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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
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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.
Aug
21
asked What do you call these cars ridden by disabled people?
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
20
asked What's the origin of the idiom “get bent out of shape”?
Aug
20
accepted How to describe a previously crumpled but now 'flat' sheet of paper that has been crumpled before?
Aug
20
asked How to describe a previously crumpled but now 'flat' sheet of paper that has been crumpled before?
Aug
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accepted What does “Works” of Ontario Works mean?
Aug
18
asked What does “Works” of Ontario Works mean?
Aug
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revised What is a less wordy way of describing how this car is situated?
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Aug
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comment What is a less wordy way of describing how this car is situated?
@Kevin I don't have access to my laptop now to use Paint, I'm on my iPad unfortunately :( but it's basically a "T" shape instead of a cross of the intersection.
Aug
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accepted What is a less wordy way of describing how this car is situated?
Aug
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comment What is a less wordy way of describing how this car is situated?
I think I have misunderstood the meaning of intersection. I have always thought that intersections are always two roads that cross each other and in my case since the side street didn't cross the main road I thought it's not an intersection, my mistake -.-"