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comment What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
PS: Good English for a Russian. ;)
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accepted What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
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comment What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
Thanks; that ambiguity is somewhat unfortunate in my situation, but now I know. The fact that "un-" can be used both ways makes the answer to my second question rather silly.
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comment What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
@Peter I like those ideas. I wanted to stick with the canceled theme for the sake of consistency; people might not immediately associate "reinstatable" or something with a "canceled" attribute found elsewhere.
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revised What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
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comment What does “uncancellable” mean? / What is a word for “not able to be uncancelled”?
If this is the case, how would one indicate that something is able to be uncancelled?
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accepted Alternative to “separately from”?
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comment Alternative to “separately from”?
I kind of like the second one, although it does have a slightly different meaning. Thanks for the input.
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comment Alternative to “separately from”?
I meant that "separate" is not an adverb.
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