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May
23
revised Is there a way to transform “found” to stand for “things which have been found”?
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comment Is there a way to transform “found” to stand for “things which have been found”?
@z7sg ahh yes another good one.. I think the plural of that noun is actually finds. I'll add it to the answer.
May
23
comment Is there a straightforward word for “The thing in between first and second”?
OP's comment "For positive integral orders, we have words in English (first, second, third...). I just want to know if there is a word for "3/2 st"." :p
May
23
comment Is there a straightforward word for “The thing in between first and second”?
@Boob @Glen it actually makes perfect sense for sequences to be limited to positive integers as you can't really succeed by less than one. The one-and-a-halfth place implies concurrency with the first and second place which destroys the ordered aspect of the list.
May
23
comment Is there a straightforward word for “The thing in between first and second”?
Not indicative of ordinal place
May
23
comment Is there a straightforward word for “The thing in between first and second”?
@Boob +1 repost this as an answer; this is the correct answer.
May
23
revised Is there a way to transform “found” to stand for “things which have been found”?
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May
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answered Is there a way to transform “found” to stand for “things which have been found”?
May
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comment Is there a way to transform “found” to stand for “things which have been found”?
对不起, I think you might mean "things which have been found" and "things which belong to you"
May
23
answered Pronunciation of “cache”
May
21
answered “make it to there”
May
21
comment The history of the use of “man”
+1 because I think people are too eager to downvote
May
21
comment The history of the use of “man”
@Brian Hooper @nohat @FumbleFingers @Third Idiot. This needed editing NOT closing. It is actually a reasonable question. Some people are too quick to downvote / close threads, it seems arrogant.
May
20
comment Is it true that “tuppence” refers to a woman's vagina in British English slang? If so, why?
I wouldn't know :p
May
20
accepted Which of these two should be preferred: “sinification” or “sinicization”?
May
20
accepted Capitalization of “Internet”
May
19
revised Which of these two should be preferred: “sinification” or “sinicization”?
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19
asked Capitalization of “Internet”
May
19
asked Which of these two should be preferred: “sinification” or “sinicization”?
May
19
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