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revised Is there English counterpart(s) to Japanese old saying, “Present salt to your enemy.”?
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revised Difference between “game” and “sport”
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answered What is the word for the set of words “million”, “billion”, “trillion”?
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comment What is the word for the set of words “million”, “billion”, “trillion”?
You'll still hear long-scale terms like "thousand million" being passed around in the Commonwealth countries.
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comment Difference between “game” and “sport”
There is a high degree of physical skill needed to win a typing competition; nobody's calling typing a sport. My point was that the term is subjectively applied in many cases to activities that defy attempts to systematically define the term.
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