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Nov
28
revised Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
wiktionary links for each term
Oct
30
revised When did the term “flip flop” displace the term “thong” in North America for a type of sandal?
relieve the wall-of-text with some whitespace
Oct
13
revised How did 7 come to be an abbreviation for 'and' in Old English?
Sep
19
revised Verb used with “threshold”
collocation tag
Sep
2
revised What do you call a disgusting mixture you don't want to drink?
single word and phrase request tags since number of discrete words needed is not a listed requirement
Sep
1
revised Is “to wear” also used as a “dynamic verb” meaning “to don”, “to put on”?
an -> a
Aug
31
revised dynamic-verbs wiki excerpt
added 95 characters in body
Aug
31
revised Is “to wear” also used as a “dynamic verb” meaning “to don”, “to put on”?
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Is “have” as in “I have to go” a stative verb or a dynamic verb?
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Is “he plays the piano” stative or dynamic?
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Can an adjective follow dynamic verbs (“leave”, “declare”)?
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Is “made” in this sense stative or dynamic?
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Stative and Dynamic Verbs
new "dynamic verbs" tag
Aug
31
revised Is “to wear” also used as a “dynamic verb” meaning “to don”, “to put on”?
more including wikipedia on dynamic vs stative verbs and imperatives
Aug
31
revised Is “to wear” also used as a “dynamic verb” meaning “to don”, “to put on”?
change "active" to "dynamic" and link to wikipedia articles on the terms
Jun
15
revised “à la” + masculine
gender tags
May
30
revised Is there a verb for remaining silent?
add the single word and phrase requests tags. the OP doesn't specify single word and many english terms like "shut up" or "keep quiet" are made of more than one word, depending on the preferred definition of "word"
May
10
revised If a word is coined / popularized / used only or mainly by second-language speakers of English, is it still considered to be an English word?
more links to other questions
May
10
revised If a word is coined / popularized / used only or mainly by second-language speakers of English, is it still considered to be an English word?
forgot one! links to older questions
Apr
22
revised To know something “inside out” or “inside and out”?
link to question mentioned from sister site