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Neeku
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30 votes

Proper term for knowing four or more languages?

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Is there a word for someone who you've not physically met but know well?

27 votes

What is the opposite of an epiphany?

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Difference between “purpose”, “aim”, “target”, “goal”, “objective”, and “ambition”

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What is the antonym of "to get used to"?

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Is "thank's" an alternative correct spelling?

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English proverb or saying on "you can't have too many friends"

7 votes

What should I say if I am not drunk but I feel that my head is heavy?

7 votes
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"as well" instead of "and"

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Clothing Nomenclature between US and UK

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Difference between "ditch", "trench" and "gutter"

3 votes

Is "What does the comments say" grammatical?

3 votes

how much vegetables or how many vegetables?

3 votes

What is the opposite of interorganization?

3 votes

Is "vector" countable?

2 votes

Use of Comma with Clauses

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Exploration "on" or "of"

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”We're looking forward to helping you find X” vs “We look forward to help you find X” etc

2 votes

Single-word adjective for "which should be repaired"

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“An hilarious” vs. “a hilarious”

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Should I use "still" or "yet" in the following sentence?

2 votes

Show we care or show that we care

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Do we hang up a telephone call, or just "hang up"?

2 votes

Grammar: French conditionnel in English?

2 votes

Saxon genitive to identify algorithms, methods, techniques, theorems,

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What does this quote about "pasty-skinned programmers" mean?

2 votes

What is a word that describes someone who hurts people without meaning to?

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Word for "person living with in-laws" or "feeling awkward and inadequate"

1 vote

Job Description on CV

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Correct use of "immediately"