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“Overcome” Vs “Get over” Vs “Get the better of”

To me, all the three choices: Overcome Get over Get the better of mean so much the close things that can be often used interchangeably (at least in my two made up examples below.) I would ...
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Phrase to state that every process has its advantages and disadvantages

I am trying to explain how everything has its own advantages and disadvantages whilst not being insensitive as I am referring to the advantages and disadvantages of recruiting foreigners within a ...
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Is the expression “Do without” commonly used?

I would like to say that a someone cannot leave something because he/she benefits from this something a lot. He/She mainly depends on them. What is the best word that describes it? Should I say "...
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Use the word “Angus” as an adjective based on the meaning of the name?

Based on the Oxford dictionary Angus is either a type of beef or an area in Scotland while based on wikipedia it also means one and choice. I have read in a book of baby names that the name "Angus" ...