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Is there a polite alternative to "No thanks, I'm full"?

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What "Extravagant culture" could be used as an antonym to "Spartan"?

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When should I say "thee"?

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"Inputted" or "input"

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What does ‘Put one's big boy (girl) pants on’ mean?

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What is the meaning of comprehension in the term "list comprehension"?

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Word to describe "everyday things"

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Beer is made ___ yeast, water, hops, and malted barley

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Does "filling out" equal to "filling in"?

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Difference between 'decline' and 'decrease'

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Is there a word for an object that is no longer kept for its original purpose but instead for sentimental value?

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Meaning of "No dark sarcasm in the classroom"

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What does "Don't call him late for dinner" mean?

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Should we avoid using words that have alternate offensive meaning

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Article when there is an adjective before a noun

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"I have no ..." vs. "I don't have ..."

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What does "wound up" mean in this case?

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What are "duelling banjos"?

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What does the phrase "Does the Pope sh** in the woods?" mean?

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Is there a term for when a character is named after a trait they possess?

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Does the word ‘clobber’ have the meaning of “secure” or “garner” as a verb other than ‘hitting hard” and “defeat sb completely”?

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Why is it “A first,” not “The first” for U.S Ice Dancing team taking the top spot in Sochi”?

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Should it be 10 US$ or US$ 10?

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The difference between "have a lunch" and "have lunch"

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How do American English and British English use the definite article differently?

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Why is the plural of "quiz" spelled with double Z?

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What is the secondary part of a book/play title called?

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What does "had had" mean? How does this differ from "had"?

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How widely is “catch-22” used?

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What is the meaning of "paint it black" and when to use it?

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