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Apr
25
comment What does “workday innovation” mean?
Can you add some context? Also, are you sure it's not "workaday"?
Apr
19
comment Is “torque guard” the correct translation of “Drehmomentwächter”?
Possibly related: see definition #5 for governor dictionary.com/browse/governor
Apr
19
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Apr
18
answered “It calls itself”
Mar
29
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Mar
23
revised The same as +object or possessive pronoun
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Mar
23
revised The same as +object or possessive pronoun
added 2 characters in body
Mar
23
comment English equivalent for the French expression “péter de santé”
Not a common expression, but I'd say "irrepressibly healthy"
Mar
23
comment How to Correctly Imply Possession for the Surname “Camus”
I'd punt and say "Albert's"
Mar
23
answered The same as +object or possessive pronoun
Mar
17
comment What does “a time that never was” mean?
It means a time (moment) that never existed.
Mar
2
comment Why does written English have more variations in pronunciation than other languages?
A couple of surmises, not researched but: 1. Widely spoken, so more likely to be influenced by local dialects/other languages. 2. Also very commonly a second language, or official language, in countries with their own language...less attention? On the other hand, let's not even leave Great Britain: imgur.com/gallery/6hBId
Feb
25
answered Extol the virtues antonym
Feb
25
reviewed Looks OK One word equivalent to “play with someone's hair”
Feb
25
answered Idiom: Unknown, hidden problems
Sep
22
answered Idiom or word for the accessing a thing that is far away
Sep
22
comment meaning of “tentative balance”
needs more context
Sep
16
answered Proper use of “and” and “while”
Sep
16
comment which is the suitable preposition for the end of “ keep/stay in touch”?
Why do you want an alternative to with?
Aug
18
comment Description word between new and old?
@FumbleFingers but, but...there's another word I cannot think of, one that means "attracted and repelled at the same time"...like the reaction some people have to a car wreck, or the Kardashians. I may have to post...