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21 votes

Is using "he" for a gender-neutral third-person correct?

21 votes

Is there a term to describe speech that has a hidden meaning but is not sarcastic?

13 votes
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Definition of "scolt"

11 votes

Replying to a favour done by someone

10 votes
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What does "take the bird with me" mean?

9 votes
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Looking for an English word to explain a certain business situation

8 votes

"flat" vs. "apartment"

7 votes
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Who does the verb "argues" and preposition "to" refer to in the following sentence?

7 votes
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Would anyone use "ramp down" as the opposite to "ramp up"

6 votes

If the prefix anglo- means "of the English", what prefix means "of the Welsh"?

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A word or phrase for something that seems modern but comes surprisingly from the past?

5 votes

A word that describes something that has been given a name

4 votes

Something about the name of "Designer Baby" not quite right to me

3 votes

Synonym of "incorrect" with as little negative connotation as possible

3 votes

What's the idiom for getting lost in a (malfunctioning) bureaucracy?

3 votes

Can a negative be used to express a positive, such as "mangoes are sweet and so aren't papayas."

3 votes

Nationality modifier vs. Language modifier

2 votes

The opposite of paper being a dead-tree

2 votes

When should a colon be used in the title of a manuscript?

1 vote

Pronunciation difference between "cycle" and "psycho"

1 vote

a word/couple to express eagerness to win

1 vote

Is it a common way to use “heartland” as in “give a heartland shout-out / comment to somebody”?

0 votes

More appropriate word for a "shape" of environment