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comment Suitable English word for “Ghairat”
Pudency is marked as "literary" in Oxford Dictionaries Online, so is not a good option. Pudor is not listed there.
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comment Common phrase for something that changes while you are working on it
Please could you edit your answer to explain why.
Jul
25
comment English equivalent for the Indian saying
Please add an explanation as to how this corresponds to the Indian saying.
Jul
24
reviewed Approve A word for a squared layout of differently shaped objects
Jul
24
revised Is there a grammar error here: “He does nothing but chase girls all day”?
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Jul
24
comment what does “cool with a k” mean?
Given that most people won't have access to the show, please edit your question to give more context.
Jul
24
comment IELTS Exam Online course
You should visit the ELL chat room.
Jul
24
comment Is there an idiom that corresponds to the Hungarian expression “fall off the other side of the horse”?
Please give an explanation as to why this suits the request.
Jul
23
comment my problem is in omitting the auxiliaries i want to know when do we omit an auxiliary verb
@kimia please go back to your previous question and edit it. do not post another question.
Jul
23
comment A word meaning a lover of poetry
@deadrat that is not the case (i.e. lover of cities). metro- (of Greek derivation) means "relating to poetic metre" and -phile (also of Greek derivation) means "lover (of something)". It is a plausible combination, if highly unusual.
Jul
23
revised Can you “Build a coffee”?
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Jul
23
comment Can you “Build a coffee”?
@DanBron Thanks! That's a great help.
Jul
23
revised Can you “Build a coffee”?
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Jul
23
answered Can you “Build a coffee”?
Jul
23
comment Origin/reason for the expression “on the bus” instead of “in the bus”
Actually Lawler's answer disagrees with the fact that people say "on the bus", so is not appropriate here.
Jul
22
revised A person unaware his confidence exceeds his talent
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Jul
22
revised A person unaware his confidence exceeds his talent
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Jul
20
revised What do you call a person that goes to extreme ends to accomplish a goal?
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Jul
17
comment opposite of digital, but not analogue
Please edit your answer to include an explanation why this is a good choice.
Jul
17
revised opposite of digital, but not analogue
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