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Sep
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accepted What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
Sep
11
comment What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
@DanBron I do not agree that I am offloading my work of referring to a dictionary on to you or others. I am asking a question to the readers of this site with an assumption that many are knowledgable and someone would know the answer off the bat without referring to anything. That is the assumption I started with. I do not think it is an unreasonable assumption to make. Also, I am not asking for a definition, I am asking for a meaning.
Sep
10
comment What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
@DanBron I considered this site as my first reference. Especially since I was looking for the meaning of a phrase as opposed to a word.
Sep
10
comment What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
I checked merriam-webster.com but it says "not found". Unable to access dictionary.reference.com because the work internet filters it as "malicious page". Cambridge dictionary suggests similar words but none similar to the phrase I am looking the meaning for.
Sep
10
comment What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
@DanBron I do not own a dictionary.
Sep
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asked What is the meaning of “to instrument something”?
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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comment Collective word for these people
@BlessedGeek Thank you! I am translating a book from my native language into English.
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accepted Collective word for these people
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asked Collective word for these people
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Mar
25
accepted Term for one brother–sister pair marrying another?
Mar
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comment Term for one brother–sister pair marrying another?
@coleopterist the language is dhatki and the term is "sato". Here is the wiki link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhatki_language
Mar
25
comment Term for one brother–sister pair marrying another?
May be my question was not clear: I meant there are two couples, where the bride on one side is the sister of groom on the other side. There is no cousin-like relationship here.
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asked Term for one brother–sister pair marrying another?
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