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May
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comment Is “i.e.” in this situation incorrect?
it is perhaps "appropriate." However, you suggested that "that is to say" was what it "literally means." You might want "id dicere est" or "quod dicere est."
May
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awarded  Critic
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comment Is “i.e.” in this situation incorrect?
It's just "that is", not "that is to say"
May
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revised How did the phrase “are you nuts” come about?
removed greetings.
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suggested approved edit on How did the phrase “are you nuts” come about?
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accepted Can sound be “blurry?”
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comment Can sound be “blurry?”
Is there a reason it should be restricted? Is it just popular usage?
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revised Can sound be “blurry?”
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revised Can sound be “blurry?”
edited title; added 100 characters in body
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asked Can sound be “blurry?”
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