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Jun
13
comment Auction winner in one word
Ok, this is pretty descriptive. Also thank you for fetching the commonly used terms.
Jun
12
comment Meaning of the phrase “In the wash”
@Wayne I liked very much your description of the term "mothertonguer":D
Jun
8
comment Linking sounds?
+1 for "push shit"
Jun
8
comment Common root of “practice,” “practical,” and “practicum”
add praktiker to this list
Jun
8
comment What does the phrase “Does the Pope sh** in the woods?” mean?
i edited to include a link to the video
Jun
7
comment What is the origin of the phrase “I rest my case”?
is QED a synonym for "rest one's case"?
May
9
comment How small does a land-mass have to be before you live “on” it, rather than “in” it?
I really think this is the rule, not sure there are exceptions though. Faroe Islands or Sri Lanka hit my mind first, but it turns out, that people live in Faroe Islands/Sri Lanka.
Apr
7
comment different usage of the word “only”
Very descriptive answer! A stupid question: does the same logic apply to any other adverbs (obviously, apparently, solely etc)?
Feb
18
comment Cell phone? Cell? Mobile phone? What's the “correct” term?
Probably yes, that's exactly what I meant.
Feb
18
comment Is the word 'hussler' appropriate?
I was mostly seeing it as an ice breaker. Like these situations where everybody is formal simply because nobody knows anyone. But the fact that you'd be irritated means that at least one person wouldn't like it, which in turn makes me reconsider.
Feb
18
comment Is the word 'hussler' appropriate?
ok, thank you a lot for your input! Now I'm going to call everyone killas and husslas!
Feb
18
comment Is the word 'hussler' appropriate?
This might be a bit confusing, because the word I had in mind was urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=hussler So it is misspelled in the question, right?