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Mar
30
accepted “contractor” vs. “construction company”
Mar
30
comment “contractor” vs. “construction company”
@ColinFine Ok. So assuming I would want to make an entry in a company directory where all kind of companies are listed, let's say LinkedIn, I should use "construction companies" or "building companies" rather than "contractors" since on such directory, there is no specific context / industry context given.
Mar
30
comment “contractor” vs. “construction company”
@JohnClifford Yes, that would also be my understanding from a logical perspective, since the word is derived from "contract" in general. Therefore wondering why Google translates it to "Construction company" in German without having given any context about construction/building business.
Mar
30
asked “contractor” vs. “construction company”
Dec
9
comment Should I use a plural when describing a state? Such as SingleProductMode vs MultipleProductsMode?
Why has this question been downvoted twice? As per english.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic, it's in scope (word choice, grammar), not?
Dec
7
comment Is/Are “SAP Data Services” singular or plural?
Me too, I just upvoted the question, so it balances to 0 and doesn't appear as a "bad" question in the search results anymore.
Oct
30
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Oct
30
accepted What's the opposite of “authenticator”?
Oct
29
comment What's the opposite of “authenticator”?
Thanks. I thought of authenticatee before but couldn't find it in any official dictionary.
Oct
29
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Oct
29
asked What's the opposite of “authenticator”?
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23
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23
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