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Among these translations of the Bible, which one has the meaning of being intoxicated?

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Why Black Lives Matter? Why not Black's Lifes Matter? [closed]

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Is it okay to turn adjective into a noun? [duplicate]

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What does "tired of her ass" mean? [closed]

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What does inflate mean in women inflate?

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What does schizo mean in “schizophrenia” and “schizo tech”?

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"I would" vs "I will" [closed]

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What's the difference between scam and fraud?

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Should we always capitalize Christians, Muslims, etc.? [duplicate]

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What would be the word for people waiting for an important announcement?

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Why is it "could" and not "can" in the famous line: "If a face could launch a thousand ships"? [duplicate]

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What is the purpose of past future tense?

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"More drunk" or "drunker"?

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Does the word "God" in English imply that there is only one?

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Can we split English Tenses into 2 * 2 * 2 matrix? [duplicate]

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What's the meaning of Goofy is a Dawg?

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Does "neighbor" really mean "he who lives close"?

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Do nonsense and bull**** have corresponding plural forms?

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Does English have words to describe the lowest rank member of society? [closed]

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Which of the following are gramatically correct when describing people's speech?

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Why does the word "inadvertently" mean "not knowingly"?

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How do we differentiate long vowels from short vowels in English

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Some people are not determined to win

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"It worths it", "it worth it" or "it is worth it"?

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Which is correct: "anytime" or "any time"?

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If trinity means 3 in one, what's the word for one in one, 2 in one, 4 in one, 5 in one?