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comment What is the antonym of 'virtual machine'?
How about it? Why would someone use one or the other? What is the explanation behind your answer.
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comment Is “ Whom did you give the book? ” ungrammatical?
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comment Is there a term for when just by saying that something is broken and showing it to someone fixes the issue?
Please give a proper explanation of how to use the phrase.
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comment Where does the idiom “root for something” come from?
I don't believe this adequately explains a link between the meaning you espouse and the meaning in the question.
Feb
8
comment Help with direct equivalents?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because translation is off topic.
Feb
8
comment Synonym of 'kangaroo court'
Why would someone suggest that? Please expand your answer to give a full explanation.
Feb
8
comment What does “between” mean in this sentence?
Please can you go into further detail? How does it mean next to?
Feb
7
comment What is a layman's term for "uniform distribution
Sue, I have no objection to a new question.
Feb
7
comment Is there a word or phrase for something that one might wish exists, but most certainly doesn't?
Please fully explain your answer. Remember: you're answering the question for someone who doesn't know the answer.
Feb
7
comment how while usage in this sentence written below which is asked in amcat 2015
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Feb
5
reviewed Reject Medieval sounding words or old English words?
Feb
5
revised What is a layman's term for "uniform distribution
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Feb
5
comment What is a layman's term for "uniform distribution
@Reefersleep Our single-word-requests tag description (click "learn more") gives a good outline for how to ask this sort of question. Feel free to edit this question to apply to those rules.
Feb
5
comment What is a layman's term for "uniform distribution
@k1eran if you look more closely in "on topic", naming things is in the off topic section.
Feb
5
revised Is there an opposite term for [sic]?
sic is not short for that. It is Latin for *thus*.
Feb
4
comment What is a layman's term for "uniform distribution
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because naming functions is off topic
Feb
3
revised Time Zone is a Region: what is the Word for 'currently using Daylight Savings' or not?
quoted the quote
Feb
3
comment What differences are between “What's that? ” and “ What is it?”
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Feb
3
comment A word for a military unit still functioning?
Please explain how it is used. Remember, you're answering for people who don't already know the answer.
Feb
2
comment Image is to pixelated as a song is to ___?
I think you've confused pixel with pixelated.