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comment Difference between “choose” and “select”
I think this is indeed the case, selecting something seems more well thought over then choosing something. Choosing seems more random then selecting.
Feb
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comment Is there a verb for “adding something in front”?
@gpr, okay thanks that clears it up. But I was indeed looking for a verb to name a function in a computer program, so in this case it's prefect for me :)
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Feb
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comment Is there a verb for “adding something in front”?
Ah, yeah that is what I was looking for. Thanks a lot.
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asked Is there a verb for “adding something in front”?
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