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accepted What is a better word for “exponentially”?
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asked What is a better word for “exponentially”?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment What's a big-vocabulary word for someone with a big vocabulary?
Okay, I'll delete the comment. That was just one of several "hits" from a web search. Just curious why the answer got so many down-votes, but I visit here rarely.
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answered Over or under half price
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answered What does “honey boo boo” mean?
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Sep
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comment Everyone Else's Lives
Oops, sorry. I think of all these sites as "Stack Overflow". I'll be more careful next time.
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comment Everyone Else's Lives
Welcome to Stack Overflow! Can you give an example of a sentence where such a phrase might be used? I cannot think of one myself. Just edit the question itself; don't add a comment.
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awarded  Editor
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revised How do you pronounce “O'Nions”?
fixed grammar
Sep
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answered How do you pronounce “O'Nions”?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How did the practice of identifying an object after using a pronoun evolve?
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comment How did the practice of identifying an object after using a pronoun evolve?
It's interesting to me that I only hear this structure used on Brittish content (from BBC America or PBS). However, I have occasionally heard it used by American announcers broadcasting other soccer matches, so it's making it "across the pond".
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awarded  Student
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asked How did the practice of identifying an object after using a pronoun evolve?