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Singular of "dice"

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Why are the same words translated differently into English depending on their meaning?

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Opposite of the suffix -less

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Do you use "a" or "an" before acronyms / initialisms?

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Are there any English one-word equivalents for "je ne sais quoi"?

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"Equal" versus "Equals"

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What do you mean when you ask "How are you?"

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Is "I always found their sight relaxing" grammatical?

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Word or phrase for "one needing to see it to believe it"

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"Balconies", "porches", "decks", "terraces", "verandas", "lanais", "galleries", and "piazzas" in GAE and dialectal AE

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What is the antonym of revoke?

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Can organisations personally determine pronunciation of their own brand name?

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Can I use 'drenching' to mean 'being drenched'?

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What do you call a sick person who is lying in bed?

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Equivalent for "optimizable"

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What's a word/phrase for a player/seducer?

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What does 'fooling around' mean to a 1st Grader?

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Etymology of 'commencement' (as in university commencement)

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What do you call something that everyone says will happen but never does?

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Question building in English vs. in French

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Meaning of "man of his own invention"

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How do you explain usage of infinitive in "to hear all these large words, you would think..."?

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Word for lack of comprehension of something easy to comprehend

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What exactly is the difference between "misinformation" and "disinformation"?

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Use of "too" instead of "so" or "very"

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What is the technical name for an expression of the form "all good men and true"?

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business competition purposefully attack the competition

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another term for " 'international' hotel"

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Phrase for a situation where a problem disappears when you are about to fix it, but reappears later

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Translation for 'la douleur exquise'?