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Aug
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Aug
4
comment word for a person who achieves the impossible
Genius ....????
Aug
4
comment Need another way to say “as is”
In India, it is common to say "As it is".
Aug
4
answered Should've [came] vs [come]
Aug
4
accepted Correct way of using 'overtake'
Aug
4
accepted “I won't” vs. “I'll not”
Aug
4
comment Is “Deals you'll want to tell everyone” correct?
I agree with you and @BrianHitchcock. The phrase has some emptyness. If I were you, I'd show the deal to everyone. 😂 LOL
Aug
4
comment “Bid” is to “counterbid” as “quote” is to what?
@Kris, Just contacted my friend who is a graduate in English language. He says that counterbid and counter offer can be used synonymously.
Aug
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comment “Bid” is to “counterbid” as “quote” is to what?
@Kris sure .... I'm already unto it.
Aug
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comment “Bid” is to “counterbid” as “quote” is to what?
+1. Thankyou .... Will wait for a few more answers before marking accepted
Aug
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asked “Bid” is to “counterbid” as “quote” is to what?
Jan
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comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@GregLee, I didn't know you are an english scholar. I'm sorry if I've offended you....
Jan
25
comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@GregLee, Your reply was verily helpful, thankyou. Let us together wait for a good answer from an English Scholar.
Jan
25
comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@GregLee, Is it possible to say multiplicands:factors::addends:terms? I appreciate if you give some live example.
Jan
25
comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@JohnLawler, I am sorry if above comment changed the context of the question.
Jan
25
comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@JohnLawler, regardless of a non-unique result, 3x4, 6x2, 3x2x2, are called factors. So in my words, a factor is a generalized term for a number that is capable of dividing a product. Moreover, prime numbers also have exactly two factors eg 17 has 1x17. Since multiplicand has a commonly used synonym, I thought perhaps addend too has a commonly used one so that it can be used in a sentence like: The score increased by a ______ of two. (I very well remember that we can say "The score increased by two." but I am curious to fill that blank.)
Jan
25
revised multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
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Jan
25
comment multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
@JohnLawler, the splitting i refer to is nothing but factorization in the case of multiplication. In case of addition and subtraction, I don't know what to call.
Jan
25
revised multiplicands:factors::addends:______?
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Jan
25
asked multiplicands:factors::addends:______?