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Mar
21
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch Pefect! Thanks!
Mar
20
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch I can't figure out a good way to fit in the example sentence in my question. Can you please do the edit for me?
Mar
20
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@Mitch You're right, I should have done that. But I thought there might be a general word to describe such a situation since there is one such a word in my language (Persian): جوگیر (/javgir/)
Mar
20
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
@user3306356 Why?!
Mar
18
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
So could we say for example "Don't get hyper, you can't drink all that in one go"? Or should I replace hyper with something else?
Mar
18
comment Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
Is there an informal non-scientific equivalent for manic state or manic?
Feb
15
comment Can 'domestic animal' mean 'livestock'?
@AndrewLeach That was a mistake. I forgot to sign in before posting the question but I couldn't delete or move it because it was not associated with any registered account. I think that's considered a temporary question and will get deleted automatically after some time. Sorry. I promise I won't do that again.
Feb
15
comment Can 'domestic animal' mean 'livestock'?
Thanks! But what would you think of if you heard someone say he or she worked in a 'Domestic Animal Food Production Company'? Would you be surprised if you later found out it was a livestock feed production firm?
Feb
15
comment Can 'domestic animal' mean 'livestock'?
@JLG Sorry that was 'Domestic Animal Food Production'. I just edited it. So you mean it's easily understandable? It's not problematic?
Feb
15
comment Can 'domestic animal' mean 'livestock'?
I filed an immigration application to Canada and then I noticed that the certified translator had translated into English the name of the company I worked in as a 'Domestic Animal Food Production Company' which was in fact a livestock feed production firm. I can't change the translation because it has been filed. I would like to know if there is any chance that could mean the same thing or should I have all the translation done over and file an update (which is very difficult)?