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comment Differences between “vulgar” and “coarse”, “crass”, “crude”, “rough”, “rude”, “unrefined” as applied to language
By the way, something similar happened in Italian language: "volgare (a.)", from Latin "vulgus (n.), common people", nowadays means "rude".
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accepted Difference between “to grab” and “to grasp”
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comment What does “I fort” stand for?
yep... typo removed
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comment Difference between “to grab” and “to grasp”
I bet that "RTFM" answers could be applied to a large part of the questions posted on this site. Nonetheless, there are kind people who answer anyway :-P
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comment Difference between “to grab” and “to grasp”
From Oxford Dictionary of English: grasp: seize and hold firmly. grab: grasp or seize suddenly and roughly. I suspect there are subtle differences but being a non-native speaker I cannot figure out.
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