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revised What do you call the words obtained by inversing the order of the sounds?
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comment What do you call the words obtained by inversing the order of the sounds?
@Mari-LouA I see two options, either I'm deleting the first sentence/paragraph altogether, as the title is quite explicit, or I rephrase the first sentence like "I'm trying to find out the name for a...". I'm not all too sure on which option would be the best, although I tend for the first one. Or is it what you are trying to get at?
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revised What do you call the words obtained by inversing the order of the sounds?
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comment What do you call the words obtained by inversing the order of the sounds?
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comment A customer, customers or customer
Note that it should be either "should a customer have a problem" or "Whenever a customer has a problem"
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comment Synonym for “ready to use”?
First of all, welcome to EL&U! This would be indeed an excellent fit for any form of machinery, contraption, system or electronic device. Unfortunately I doubt it is a fit to the examples given in the main question. Still worth mentioning that it would apply under certain circumstances.
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comment On the use of latter within a sentence, how many does latter refer to
To add up to Kris's comment, I would probably use "the last two categories", to make it clear that you are talking about health nurses and health care assistants and not only the last two assistants, when I interpreted correctly what you meant to say. But that may only be the non-native English speaker speaking and "the last two" may be clear enough.
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