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answered Difference between “Mollify” and “Pacify”?
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comment I have studied english language in london
did the bars just close in London?
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comment Is there a single English word for “posting that will hit the Network hot topics list”?
no, but there is probably one in German, say Beitraggetroffennetzwerkthemenliststapelaustausch
Jul
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comment Single word for Time off in lieu
That's generally the way it works, yes...the time off compensates for the extra work already done.
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answered Single word for Time off in lieu
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comment What do you call words that look like a negation but are not?
@Pacerier It is a joke..."Ground State" is from physics...basically means "I am like this all the time"
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comment Why can we use words like today and tonight but not tomorning and tonoon?
@WS2 and we'd also have "fromorrow" instead of "yesterday"
Jun
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comment Ask someone about their birth order
Here's a workaround for the awkwardness the more direct form of the question: How many older siblings do you have?
Jun
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answered Taking both sides of an issue for personal gain
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answered Idiom for “wanting a long-term relationship”?
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comment What is a synonym for “feature”?
context please?
Jun
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answered what is the opposite of “appreciate”?
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comment What's an accurate term for “technical terminology” in the sentence:
Is it specifically for a technical environment, or does it also need to serve other contexts such as legal, medical, military, etc?
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answered What are “greens” in relation to clothing?
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comment Is there a word for being overwhelmed by noise?
Also unrelated, misophonia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misophonia), is something I experience quite frequently. Do NOT slurp your coffee/tea around me.
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answered Is there a word for being overwhelmed by noise?
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comment Is there a word that describes an intelligent, self-aware, sentient lifeform?
What is wrong with "sentient"? Just an aside, Frank Herbert coined "ConSentiency" for the political organization that spanned multiple intelligent races.