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awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
29
accepted Which is higher — “hyper-”, “ultra-” or “super-”?
Oct
18
revised Which is higher — “hyper-”, “ultra-” or “super-”?
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Oct
18
asked Which is higher — “hyper-”, “ultra-” or “super-”?
Oct
8
accepted Origin of “tout court”
Oct
7
comment Origin of “tout court”
@itsbruce Because I'm not quite familiar to French.
Oct
7
comment Origin of “tout court”
OK, I see. Thank you.
Oct
7
comment Origin of “tout court”
Okay, you're right, but why a French phrase appears in an English Dictionary?
Oct
7
comment Origin of “tout court”
@coleopterist I have found that tout means peep in Oxford Dictionary .
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7
revised Origin of “tout court”
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Oct
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asked Origin of “tout court”
Oct
6
accepted What's the difference between “hallow”, “sacred”, “holy” and “saint”?
Oct
6
comment What's the difference between “hallow”, “sacred”, “holy” and “saint”?
Thanks, Oxford English Dictionary is quite useful.
Oct
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Oct
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revised What's the difference between “hallow”, “sacred”, “holy” and “saint”?
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comment What's the difference between “hallow”, “sacred”, “holy” and “saint”?
@coleopterist Okay, no problem.
Oct
5
asked What's the difference between “hallow”, “sacred”, “holy” and “saint”?
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19
awarded  Scholar
Jun
19
accepted What is the distinction between terms 'where', 'while', 'whereas' and 'whenever'?
Jun
19
awarded  Student