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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
10
asked What does “to invite oneself” mean?
Sep
8
comment What does it mean to call somebody “mom?”
@MT_Head it's not Ma'am. It's mom (and sometimes mama.)
Sep
8
asked What does it mean to call somebody “mom?”
Aug
25
comment Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
My native language is Thai and "จุก" is the word we use to express this feeling.
Aug
19
comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@GeorgePompidou No, I didn't. What I meant to say is tone is not the factor here because I texted him. (From my understanding, tone means the way I literally speak. Is that right?)
Aug
19
comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
To people who vote to close my question, please at least tell me the reason. :)
Aug
19
comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@GeorgePompidou I think this is not about tone. I texted him, didn't talk to him face-to-face.
Aug
19
comment Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
@Mari-LouA What's POB question?
Aug
18
asked Does “Can I have lunch with you?” imply I have something to talk about with that person?
Aug
18
comment Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
In my native language, the word that I am looking for is a little less than pain. I think there might be no English equivalent word.
Aug
15
asked Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
Aug
15
asked Similar idioms to “When the cat's away, the mice will play”
Aug
14
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
13
asked What does “the balcony is really far away” mean?
Aug
11
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
8
comment What's the job title for temporary position when the real one is not in the office?
Please suggest me if there is anything I need to improve to reopen the question.
Aug
8
comment What's the job title for temporary position when the real one is not in the office?
@KitFox I reviewed those questions: 1) Does the question describe exactly in what context you want to use a single word? Yes, I explained the context and situation as clear as I can. 2) Does the question specify the criteria for which the suggested word will be accepted? Yes, I stated that I want a word or words that can refer to that job. 3) Does the question list which words you didn't like? No, it doesn't because I don't know which word is the right one. 4) Does the question show that you searched for a suitable word before asking the question? Yes, it does because I gave 2 example words.
Aug
6
asked What's the job title for temporary position when the real one is not in the office?
Aug
6
comment What are some words I could use to call someone who is not good at work?
@Kris, I told the story to clarify the question. Without context, it might be misleading. :)