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34 votes

Is there really no English equivalent to German's “Fachidiot”?

30 votes

Word for Pretentiously Academic but Useless

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What does "in low water" mean in this context?

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What is a word that means "something that is commonly known, but not commonly talked about"?

8 votes

English equivalent to "a small fruit in an elephant's mouth"

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"might want no fact of distinguished die" - grammatical deconstruction and meaning?

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Old English word for "lonely"

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Chasing something that doesn't exist

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Difference in pronunciation: "cookie" and "kooky"

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What is the wife of a henpecked husband called?

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Hiding one's actions out of concern for offending others

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Word for awkward situation

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Synonym for "Blind Spot"

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Should I pronounce little as ['lit(ə)l] or ['lid(ə)l]

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How to spell a word that sounds like mewnewsha?

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What does "it" in "If it wasn't for Amber..." refer to?

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Word or phrase describes looking around trying to gain information from surroundings

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Is this usage of "up to" ambiguous?

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Single-word antonym for "cheapest"?

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Why is "I like to study the English" wrong?

3 votes

Use of "is" and "are" when referring to a singular noun or changing the grammatical number

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Someone who wants to have important friends?

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Is there a word for someone who's skeptical only of statements that challenge their assumptions, and credulous of those that support them?

2 votes

Is it squash, or is it squish?

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Word Choice: witness versus watch

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Word for "to appear suddenly"?

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How is unjustifiable (falsely attributed) usage of *we* or *us* called?

2 votes

Can I use the word vacua when referring to multiple vacuum cleaners?

2 votes

Need someone to clear this up

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Best usage of 'of' and apostrophe 's'