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comment When did ironic use of “as in” start?
I'd say it was used this way from the start, since both of usages are actually the same. The irony comes from explaining something that has an obvious meaning with something else equally obvious. By the way, He's dead as in not alive may not be ironic at all, if dead have some special meaning in the context (e.g. some professional slang)
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answered “On the way home” — “to” preposition
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comment Is there such a sentence — “I do what I am”?
More like because none thought of putting it in words. I'm no expert on Freud, but as far as I know he tried to explain our every action as being dictated by our personality (or, to be precise, it's unconscious part).
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answered Is there such a sentence — “I do what I am”?
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answered Do “download” and “upload” only refer to networks?
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answered “Duffel” or “duffle”
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answered Different meaning of “looks good” vs. “looks well”
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comment Different meaning of “looks good” vs. “looks well”
Not exactly. When someone (or something) has a good outward appearance it still is said to look well.
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answered What is the meaning of “in the realm of”?
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revised What's the verb for making that “pffft” sound?
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answered What's the verb for making that “pffft” sound?
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answered Origin of “eye teeth”
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answered Closed -> Closure, Open ->?