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comment Non-lexical words
Of course you can - I 'understand' them all. Perhaps you could call them "neologisms" (though that might be granting them a little more of a status than they have).
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comment What's the idiom for getting lost in a (malfunctioning) bureaucracy?
@CookieMonster: sorry, I wasn't clear. I agree with your understanding of the connotations of "versanden", but not of "get buried" (which I have also understood to be slow and incremental).
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comment What's the idiom for getting lost in a (malfunctioning) bureaucracy?
Cookie Monster: funny - that's not the impression I get from the term. Still, I don't know of a better term. Sorry!
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answered What's the idiom for getting lost in a (malfunctioning) bureaucracy?
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answered “will likely have cut” usage correct?
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comment Change from to-day to today
I imagine they felt exactly as I feel when pronouncing "e-mail" as opposed to "email". (Not especially different.)