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comment what does “to walk at grade” mean?
@choster It looks very much to me as if that is the intended meaning, rather than MrWonderful's answer. I would make it an answer.
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revised Is there any word for a person who doesn't want to connect with others?
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comment What's the difference of Looking forward, looking up , looking after and looking out?
Are you asking about the literal or figurative meanings of those phrases?
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comment What is the term for someone who doesn't want to know?
"Plausible deniability" is where you know something, but nobody can prove you know it.
Mar
26
revised Is “are an” grammatically correct?
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Mar
26
answered What is the term for someone who doesn't want to know?
Mar
24
comment Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
Close but "not caring" is not the same as "not knowing about".
Mar
24
comment I have “a limited space” vs. I have “limited space”
However it would be wrong to say "I have two small rooms so I have a limited space".
Mar
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answered What does “The young graduate student was bright and eager, but green to the power of data structures.” mean?
Mar
18
revised Can you ask a question without a question mark?
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revised Can you ask a question without a question mark?
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Mar
18
answered Can you ask a question without a question mark?
Mar
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revised APA Style Citation
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Mar
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comment Are names of diseases ever capitalized?
Black Death is capitalized, presumably to identify it as a specific disease rather than just a form of death that happens to be black.
Mar
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answered Single Word for “removing unused stuff”
Mar
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comment Antonym of “advance”
"Go back" may mean "go to somewhere you have been before", but it may also mean "move in a backwards direction", like a car in reverse gear. The car is still "going back" even it has never been to the place it is reversing towards.
Mar
11
comment Antonym of “advance”
Not necessarily. If I open a book at page 3, I can 'advance' to page 4. I can't 'return' to page 2, because I have never been there.
Mar
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answered What does quotations around a single word in this sentence signify?
Mar
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comment Antonym of “advance”
Both 'return' and 'revisit' implies you have been there before, which is not necessarily the case.
Mar
11
answered Antonym of “advance”