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132 votes

Is there a word that means "to walk slowly"?

100 votes

Term like air lock, but underwater?

83 votes

Should I say "ATM" or "cashpoint" in the UK?

74 votes

Succinct word or phrase to begin quoting approximately what someone said

70 votes

Generic word for uni-, bi-, tricycle, etc.?

57 votes

'Nobody' vs. 'No body'

55 votes

What do you call the gesture whereby you rest your palms on the side of your hips?

48 votes

How popular is the slang usage of "toss" in British English?

47 votes

Meaning of "16.8 hours a week"

45 votes

Why does "tangent" have multiple meanings that are in conflict with each other?

40 votes

An expression for you get stuck in small position in big places vs jump to big positions in small cities

38 votes

Replacement for "pegged" in "pegged for disposal"

32 votes

Term describing a zone subject to speeding

30 votes

How to pluralize "State of the Union" without an additional noun?

30 votes

Term for noise shoes make when filled with water?

29 votes

Word to describe 100% success in an exam

26 votes

How to use the term "carbon copy" in business emails?

23 votes

Term to describe the relationship between two people when they share an Alma Mater

21 votes

How do you describe, in English, a set of different ethnic groups in one word?

19 votes

An artificially sweetened drink

18 votes

What is a good alternative for the reverse of a boycott?

17 votes

What's a negative word for "subtle"?

13 votes

"Success", "Failure" and what's in-between?

13 votes

What do you call "intellectual" jobs?

13 votes

Word that means "to constantly being worried by one's appearance?"

12 votes

Are collective nouns (and in particular companies) always given a plural verb form, or are certain ones treated as singular?

11 votes

"high-end clientele" is to "low-end clientele" as "carriage trade" is to what?

11 votes

What does "you like stick" and "I like aerosol" mean?

10 votes

"I have already put away some savings."

9 votes

Equivalent for "Crowd" in the context of machines

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