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What does "is there any book around ..." mean?

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What does "have nothing on someone" mean here?

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What does the expression "as bad as it is" mean?

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What is the opposite of loud in the context of alarm or phone ringtone etc.?

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Is "get someone up" the same as "wake someone up"?

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Alternative expression for saying "piece of someone's mind"

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What do you call people who are constantly moving [i.e., "in motion"]?

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Colloquial expression for something working very fast?

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Use of "guarantee" in "What is the guarantee that..."

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Alternative to the word reprimand? [closed]

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"In the next ten minutes" vs. "for the next ten minutes"

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Present Simple or Present Continuous [closed]

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Is it right using this expression "I am there at home"?

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"So much ahead of" vs. "so much forward of"

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Can less be used without any comparison?

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Alternative for "seats" in expressions such as "40% of the total seats are reserved for students of backward cast"

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Can "either" mean both "any" and "both"

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Is this expression right "he won the Grand Slam in the same season when she won her maiden title"

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Can “come out” and “come down” be used in expression related to cheques?

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Is is right using expressions like "before her coming here" in place of "before she came here"

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What does this phrase mean ‘so much for something’? [closed]

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"He was telling me that he is going..." vs. "He told me that he is going..."

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Is it okay saying "What the deal with him is that ...."

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I was able to hear the sound/noise from here?

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Is it appropriate in a sort of business related mail using "'em", contracted form of "them"? [closed]

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Is this expression correct "Don't worry about it; it is supposed be one of the features of this year's release"

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Does "more or less" mean "almost"? [closed]

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What is non-derogatory way of saying "people here are obsessed with sports"?

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What is "there" in expression "Are you out there?" [closed]

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Which meaning is more common for expressions like “over the bridge”? [closed]