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35 votes

Problem that causes progress to come to a complete halt

15 votes

How do you call..? vs. What do you call...?

9 votes

What is the difference between "thee" and "thou"?

9 votes

Origins of the word “mom” and "mother"

4 votes

Using the present tense in recounting past events

4 votes

British equivalent of 'bang for your buck'

4 votes

Do "empirical" and "imperial" share a common etymology?

3 votes

What is it called when you coin a different version of a word that already exists?

3 votes

A linguistic term

3 votes

If we say A is weaker than B by a factor of x, then should x be smaller or bigger than 1?

2 votes

Could you explain the differences between voiced stop, voiceless unaspirated stop, voiceless aspirated stop?

2 votes

Alternatives to "exponentially bigger"

1 vote

Assuming a question is relating to one's own culture

1 vote

the weak form of 'on'

1 vote

What is a single word for a false assumption of similarity, namely through empathy?

1 vote

Inability to pronounce certain variation of the letter "T" in a word

1 vote

Does "Please verify your address" mean what I think it means?

0 votes

I think I spider / My English is not the yellow from the egg

0 votes

A term for "utopic tool"

0 votes

An adjective to describe the state of being complex yet ineffective

0 votes

Should I use 'able' or 'able to' in this question, even if it means that the sentence ends with 'to'?

0 votes

verb - Is there a word for 'de-acknowledging'?

0 votes

Adjective for objects (graphs, networks or polygons) having the same number of edges

0 votes

A word that means that when two elements are mixed they become stronger

0 votes

What is it called when something is described by what it isn't?

-1 votes

Opposite of "error-prone"

-1 votes

Is it okay to pluralize the word "status"?

-2 votes

Is there a term for "because the script needed it" for things that otherwise don't make sense?

-2 votes

Why has "Caucasian" remained in use, while similar terms for other races have fallen out of use?

-5 votes

What is a "biological-only" father called?