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accepted Etymology of “seat-of-the-pants”
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accepted Can one feel claustrophobic?
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accepted Verb to describe “to enable or to disable”
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comment Verb to describe “to enable or to disable”
Notice the "potentially" in brackets. I think the verb to set conveys that. "Set to the enabled state" and "set to the disabled state" do not make implicit statements about the previous state, but to toggle does.
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comment Verb to describe “to enable or to disable”
I thought of that. The problem of toggle is that it implicitly implies a change to a different state. I want to convey the possibility of staying in the same state.
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answered Verb to describe “to enable or to disable”
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comment Antonym of “comfort zone”
I like "push my personal boundaries". Thanks.
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accepted Antonym of “comfort zone”
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revised Antonym of “comfort zone”
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