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Jul
27
revised Is there any relation between “genius” and “ingenious”?
word usage
Jul
27
revised Is there different word corresponding to “teatime” in American English?
converted to idiomatic English
Jul
24
revised Is the term “walking across a tarmac” grammatically correct?
slight formatting
Jul
21
revised Is 'I f*cked the dog' an actual idiom and are there alternatives
formatting
Jul
20
revised What preposition do you use with 'dilemma'?
made title explicit
Jul
18
revised Is 'I f*cked the dog' an actual idiom and are there alternatives
UD reference made explicit
Jul
17
revised Is 'I f*cked the dog' an actual idiom and are there alternatives
formatting
Jun
25
revised “Have you ever been to … when …” versus “Did you ever go to … when … ?”
formatting, grammar
Jun
22
revised Why is a “Mystery in the Alley” a side of hash?
important typo
Jun
15
revised “To get enough feet”?
title
Jun
10
revised How did 'estate' evolve to mean 'area of land or property'?
tiny fixes to format, removed comment about fallacies
Jun
9
revised How do I identify a British idiom from an American one?
fixed links again
Jun
3
revised Translation for 'la douleur exquise'?
fixed small things
Jun
2
revised 'Chargeable': Where else, besides Singapore, is this word commonly used in this particular context?
reworded
May
29
revised Is the word “palaver” in common use anywhere in the English-speaking world?
deemphasized Dutch sidebars
May
28
revised What would you call a word that doesn't exist in or translate well into another language?
meaningless change
May
27
revised Richard Feynman is certainly not mischievous!
spelling
May
21
revised Can someone please explain the syntactic rules at work here?
fixed markup, hopefully preserving intent of OP
May
20
revised How does an animal sit on their haunches?
added picture
May
20
revised Is there a synonym for “schadenfreude” that sounds more colloquial?
some rewording