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Jun
17
comment Translating the feeling and heritage of “Portugalidade” to proper English term
"Portugosity??"
Jun
17
answered Can “in alpha” be used as an antonym to “in beta,” or it’s a totally different animal?
Jun
6
answered Teaching vs Training
Jun
1
answered What do you call the segment of track between two train stops?
Jun
1
revised How would we classify the phrase “worn out?”
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May
27
comment A correct word for 'learnful'
Response to edit 2: no, that actually sounds perfectly natural. People say things like that all the time.
May
26
comment Is a dark polka dot necktie dark?
I can't get past the nonsense about blue being a noun. It's unambiguously an adjective. "Dark" here is an adverb; adverbs modify either verbs or adjectives. See, for example, grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adverbs.htm .
May
26
awarded  Civic Duty
May
25
answered Meaning and Emphasis Depending on the Placement of “Only”
May
23
awarded  Guru
May
22
revised is it correct to say it is must for everyone to attend the meeting tomorrow
added 62 characters in body
May
22
comment is it correct to say it is must for everyone to attend the meeting tomorrow
Yes, indeed. I'll add that.'
May
22
answered is it correct to say it is must for everyone to attend the meeting tomorrow
May
22
answered Suitable idiom for a situation, where one thinks that by getting rid of the effect, one has gotten rid of the cause
May
22
answered “Range of operation” vs “operation range”
May
22
comment Meaning and origin of “bite the bullet”
It's quite well-known where this expression comes from, though.
May
21
comment What does “still informant” mean in the following context?
Who knows? Bad translation, I'd guess.
May
21
comment A Single Word for “Secretly watching your crush”
"Stalking" certainly has currency in this space.
May
21
answered Is “fellow course members” formal
May
20
answered opposite of free