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This tag is for questions seeking a single word that fits a meaning. To ensure that your question is not closed as off-topic, please be specific about the intended use of the word.  INCLUDE A SAMPLE SENTENCE demonstrating how the word would be used.  Click on "Info" or "View Tag" and "Learn more ..." for more information. Please use the "phrase-requests" tag instead if you seek more than just a single word.

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"Squint" can mean either: partly close (one's eyes) in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light. or have eyes that look in different directions. Is there a way to di …
asked Feb 16 by Happy
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Imagine you dropped your keys into the river, you're standing in it, able to see the bottom, looking for your keys. And then your friend John jumps in, and since his impact raised up the sand from the …
asked Jan 22 by Happy
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In Russia we have these "fire panels": So, they have tools like a bucket and a spade, so you can dig up some sand with the spade in the summer and extinguish the fire with it. Or in winter you can …
asked Jan 22 by Happy
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Below is the picture of what I mean. So, I wanna know the name of these "rolls", what are they called? Pellets? Rolls? As you can see, some people use razors or fabric shavers to get rid of them.
asked Jan 21 by Happy
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In Russia we have this system where if you don't pay your bills on time, the service providers will keep adding on 1/130th (or something like that) of your debt everyday, as a form of punishment. In …
asked Jan 16 by Happy
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In Russian we have the term "рукожоп". I would translate it as "asshands" which literally means that your hands grow out of your behind and you can't do anything right (or do anything at all). Exampl …
asked Dec 27 '18 by Happy
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Can you say something like "I turned the box leftside right" in English? Or what should be used in place of "leftside right"? By "leftside right" I mean pivoting by 180 degrees.
asked Feb 22 by Happy
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Headbutt is a British term, how do you say the same thing in American English? I am interested in both the verb and the noun.
asked Dec 27 '18 by Happy
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I've seen phrases like "Physician-in-ordinary to the Queen". "Oculist-in-ordinary to the Queen", what does mean? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physician_to_the_Queen
asked Dec 8 '18 by Happy
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I served in the Russian military and we weren't allowed to use our phones when we were on duty. So whenever someone was noticed using their phone, the whole unit had to do push-ups, squats, etc. In …
asked Dec 12 '18 by Happy
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Usually "shore" and "beach" are used when talking about a large body of water. But what if we talk about a pond? Is the area around it still called a beach/shore?
asked Jan 15 by Happy