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accepted “One has to die one death”
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comment “One has to die one death”
@DavidGarner "Man muss einen Tod sterben" sounds completely fine to me.
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comment “One has to die one death”
@DavidGarner I don't think so - I believe it rather stresses that there is one. I've never heard it in the different order you proposed.
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comment “One has to die one death”
Great idea and even almost 'literally' equivalent :)
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comment “One has to die one death”
Very good ones. I was not aware of 'to be on the horns of dilemma'.
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comment “One has to die one death”
I think the usage is actually quite similar, though it lacks the 'various options' character.
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comment “One has to die one death”
@Sawbones That's almost exactly it. It only appears to be missing that there may be more than two options.
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revised English-language equivalent to the Russian idiom, 'Not let someone within firing distance near X'
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comment What is a noun that means “the skill of being able to use technology efficiently?”
I find it very difficult to link 'wizard' or 'guru' with computers. It is certainly not self-evident, unlike 'techie'.
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comment A word for the act of locally improving the situation in a stagnant environment
@Mari-LouA Done! I'm just a bit afraid it becomes too localized.
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