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8 votes

Why did English become a universal language and when?

4 votes

African American Vernacular English

3 votes

Why doesn't the English language have distinct words to use when talking to elders?

3 votes

Word for when someone has an opinion about something without having tried it

3 votes

"Upvote" vs. "up vote" vs. "up-vote"

3 votes

What's up with all the words ending with "-eth" in the Bible?

3 votes

How do American dialects differ?

2 votes

What is a word for a question that has no answer because it is seemingly invalid?

2 votes

It was your choice; idiom or expression

2 votes

Ways of saying "You don't have to be a rocket scientist"

2 votes

Expression that means something like "killing the sheep to keep them from being kidnapped"

1 vote

Idiom for trying and failing, falling short and being disapproved

1 vote

“Suggestion card” vs. “comment card”: Which is more common?

1 vote
Accepted

Meaning of the word "FOR" used at the beginning of a sentence

1 vote

He's good people. Just him. The one guy

1 vote

What is the word for when members of the same group attack each other?

1 vote

What is a good replacement for "ununderstandable"?

1 vote

What is the difference between a "category" and a "type"

1 vote

Why is it ‘a thousand and one’ when government employees ask questions on possible government shutdown?

1 vote

What does ‘Long on looks, short on spirit’ mean?

0 votes

Other expression for "Off the top of my head"

0 votes

British upper-class pronunciation of words like "what" and "when"

0 votes

'Patriotism' is to 'Country' as _______ is to 'City'

0 votes

Why "go off", as in "alarm went off"?

0 votes

Is there a prefix for "infinite"?

0 votes

Term for something you don't know you'll like until you discover it?

0 votes

Alternative to "lossily compressed"

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How do you get from the literal meaning of "all bets are off" to the idiom?

0 votes

Does "so called" have a negative connotation in English?

-1 votes

What does "campy" mean?