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Nov
28
comment Expression to describe the curse of being at higher positions in a workplace
@HotLicks In fact, your calling A an asshole is a perfect example of the curse I am talking about. I am sure B would be feeling the same way :)
Nov
28
comment Expression to describe the curse of being at higher positions in a workplace
Thank you, this is simple and gets across the point. I suppose there are no idioms for what I am looking for.
Nov
28
comment Expression to describe the curse of being at higher positions in a workplace
@HotLicks You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it . A may have a manager of his own who says that it is A's job to ensure all his subordinates' reports are ready by friday evening. Really there could be a lot of reasons why A says what he says without him being an asshole.
Nov
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asked Expression to describe the curse of being at higher positions in a workplace
Jan
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answered one word to express “not belong”?
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Dec
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asked Help understanding this sentence structure: “many a congressman was”
Oct
22
comment How to call the two points at each end of a path?
Source & Destination - These words are often used in computer science to refer to the starting and ending nodes of a path.
Aug
21
accepted Meaning of “Where will wants not, a way opens”
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asked Meaning of “Where will wants not, a way opens”
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Aug
17
comment A phrase to describe a “collection of false exaggerations”
@AndrewLeach Just curious, why is a Pack of lies an exaggeration.
Aug
17
comment A phrase to describe a “collection of false exaggerations”
I am sorry. That's just my bad english. We can omit the word "false". Are there any phrases for just a "collection of exaggeration" like a "Pack of lies".
Aug
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asked A phrase to describe a “collection of false exaggerations”
Mar
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comment A word to describe thing or activity that is usually happens with other people
Not much of a language expert I am, and it's not a single word either, but I think "typical of" can replace both your phrases.
Mar
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Mar
9
revised Antonym of 'Cascade'
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asked Antonym of 'Cascade'
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