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Apr
18
comment What is the meaning of “free credit” here?
Remembering of course the economist's favourite saying: there is no free lunch. So when you're offered (interest-)free credit you are not being charged interest, but don't think for a moment that the price itself does not have that credit risk baked in.
Apr
17
revised What is the difference between rite and ritual?
edited title
Apr
17
comment Is “take a bath” or “bathe” used to mean “take a shower” in some English dialects?
Unless you were going swimming before eating...
Apr
17
answered Word for something needing maintenance
Apr
17
revised Is there a word for a person who likes to bath a lot?
edited title
Apr
17
answered In search of a English word
Apr
17
comment Group of Socialites.
What about a gaggle?
Apr
17
comment Single word for “This task cannot proceed until these other tasks are completed first”?
Okay. What about queued then?
Apr
17
answered Single word for “This task cannot proceed until these other tasks are completed first”?
Apr
10
reviewed Edit I washed the dishes clean
Apr
10
revised I washed the dishes clean
General improvements; tags
Apr
9
comment Can a human “bless” anything?
bless your cotton socks
Apr
9
answered Yiddish loan words for the foolish & incompetent
Apr
9
comment What's a word that describes many individuals working together to form a whole?
what's wrong with team?
Apr
8
reviewed Approve Writing and Reading Learning in a single word?
Apr
8
comment Rules for forming demonyms
-i as in Iraqi, Afgani, Israeli, etc.
Apr
7
revised What does 'measuring cast' mean? (1660, UK)
added a tag
Apr
7
comment Someone who is passionate about finance?
@sidewinder2203 that really does depend on your world view, political persuasions, etc - many might consider it a very positive thing, particularly, although not exclusively, those passionate about finance. I'm not saying it's a perfect term for your needs, as I think FumbleFinger's is, but it's close, if not somewhat charged.
Apr
7
comment Comma usage and properly identifying clauses in sentence
although, when separating clauses, as opposed to phrases, or a clause and a phrase, a semi-colon should be used... At least according to what I vaguely remember from high school.
Apr
5
comment Word to indicate the naming process of something due to an oft repeated name not originally pertaining to it
I probably would, if it was not clear otherwise.