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answered Idiom request for recommending someone to end their toxic relationship/ friendship with somebody
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revised Is there an idiom to express “You couldn't get anything better”?
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Feb
26
answered Is there an idiom to express “You couldn't get anything better”?
Feb
25
comment Is there a term for “likes” and “dislikes” on a social network?
I agree. I just wanted to log this one in the mix as food for thought.
Feb
24
answered Is there a term for “likes” and “dislikes” on a social network?
Feb
22
suggested rejected edit on What does “clutching at straws” mean?
Feb
20
answered English equivalent for the Persian proverb “The mountain just gave birth to a mouse”
Feb
16
revised Is there a word to describe someone who does nice things for others, only to make themselves look or feel good?
Added some explanation as to why I felt it is a good fit
Feb
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answered Is there a word to describe someone who does nice things for others, only to make themselves look or feel good?
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answered English equivalent to the Indian saying “Like a thief being stung by a scorpion”
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answered Is there any equivalent to this Persian proverb? “A bad or faulty item should inevitably be kept by its owner”
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comment Is there an equivalent term to “Cold Turkey” for starting something instead of quitting something?
Yes biting the bullet is more of the decision-taking process which leads to the action of taking the plunge or diving at the deep end. However, this answer is good IMO and worth highlighting as relevant.
Nov
25
comment Word for damage that isn't serious, mostly visual and not hindering the function of the thing
+1 for negligible
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31
revised What do you call someone who knows multiple programming languages?
Example to explain term.
Jul
31
answered What do you call someone who knows multiple programming languages?