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Used to ask for help determining a word that matches an image. Please use a clear image and be specific about what part you are asking for an identification of.

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What are these flying things called in English?

I saw something flying today. What should I call it in English?
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"A plastic washing tub" or "A plastic basin"?

I got the large round container without a lid, used for washing clothes in the below picture. But I don't know how to call it. What do you name that plastic washing container? A plastic washing ...
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What is the basic unit of a chain called in English?

Chains are made of a lot of oval shaped units. What is each one of them called in English? I don't know the name in my native language either.
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What do you call this thing? "bag"?

I always need this when I buy stuff from the market. So, I need to know the real name for it. I always call it "bag" but it seems that it is not the correct name.
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What is the “hole” in this desk called?

This question has been created to split two questions previously asked here It is a "hole" in a desk. What can I call this? Can I say "Put your books into the hole"?
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What do you call the thing that holds Iron Man's suits?

What do you call the thing that "holds" the iron man armors? I say "hold", because it doesn't seem to be a container, but more like a sort of stand. Not sure if there's a name for it, because it's not ...
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Name or word for the edges in the top of windows outside the building/house

What is Name or word for the edges in the top of windows outside the building/house which are marked in the pictures? In most buildings/houses which is big where a person can stand or even sit. Not I'...
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What do we call lips squeezing back?

To my mind, to pout means to push one's lips forward, as an expression of petulant annoyance or sexual attraction. To pucker one's lips has a similar meaning. I am wondering what the opposite ...
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What are the stairs before the door called in English?

There is a specific word that describes the stairs before the door like in the picture here.
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What do you call this device which plugs into the wall so you can have more electrical sockets nearby?

I haven't found anything related to this device neither on internet nor in dictionaries It is an equipment used to make up for the problem of not having enough sockets, nearby.
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"Pull your band off first."

He wanted to take off his shoes. He grabbed the end of shoes but can't take off. "Pull your band off first." I told him. What do we call the highlighted part in the image?
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What is it called? A basin or vessel?

Look at this large bowl-shaped container which is very popular in Asia but not in Western countries. It can be used to contain water or you can wash your hands or face using it. In the dictionary, ...
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How do we understand "with" in this phrase "rice with chicken and broccoli"?

In dictionary, with /wɪð, wɪθ/ ●●● S1 W1 preposition 2 having, possessing, or carrying something a tall gentleman with a beard a book with a green cover a man with a gun ...
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