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comment Best way to describe a decrease in time taken?
Other than what you've mentioned (and the converses) there's not really a better way to put it. Which one you want to use is really up to you and what you want to emphasize.
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comment What is a similar word to “comprehensive” that doesn't suggest absolutely everything will be covered?
Possibly "detailed", although that implies more depth than breadth.
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Apr
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comment Is “I like dogs but cats” a valid sentence?
@HotLicks Close.
Apr
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comment Etymology of “high” and “low” notes
I don't think this answer is bad, but I think you may have been downvoted for not specifically addressing the origin of this use of high/low with anything but a conjectured physicial relationship.
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comment Etymology of “high” and “low” notes
If you think the question is purely subjective and unanswerable, you should vote to close -- not give a tangentially related information in place of an answer.
Apr
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revised Etymology of “high” and “low” notes
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revised What do you call a bunch of garlic (when you don't remove the cloves)?
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comment Someone or something small yet capable of having big influence?
For a phrase, it could be casting a long shadow.
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comment Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
I've always heard this as "Same shit, different asshole".
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comment Pluralising 'Red Kite'
Both being plural or singular sound right to me, one of each does not.
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it correct to use “no?” after a question to get some kind of confirmation
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reviewed Reviewed is this sentence right
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comment is this sentence right
You should ask this or maybe simpler questions first on http://ell.stackexchange.com/. Nothing about the sentence makes sense or is grammatical.
Mar
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comment Verb to “make something succeed”
The software passed the unit tests, not him.
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reviewed Approve An appropriate term for the 'contamination' of a language
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reviewed Looks OK Is “uncollaborative” a word?
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reviewed No Action Needed Isolated group of users who believe that a technology/tool is vastly superior to alternatives
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reviewed No Action Needed Correct usage of the term 'gravity'