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What's the opposite of “level scaling”?

This is a hard one. Level scaling means the enemies in a video game scales with the player. What's the antonym of that term? I would prefer it if it was one word and it didn't contain the word scaling....
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Confusion about the U.S after secondary level educational system's words

When I am practicing listening, particularly when it comes to university stuff, I'm getting a bit confused how to use the words appropriately. Items are below. Undergraduate "Mostly" meaning to ...
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Should I walk or step on your bed to get to other side?

What English term do you use in this context? "When you are getting to the other side of your room, but you got no choice to walk / step on your bed."?
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What is the name for words such as “thus”, “hence”, “however”, etc.?

I need to write my Master's thesis in English but I often find myself repeating words such as "hence", "thus" and "however". I suspect resouces like word banks exist to help novice writers like me but ...
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How to call value compared with the previous day's value in stock exchange?

Hi, I'd like to know how to call value compared with the previous day's value in English. This image is what I screen-captured in tradingview.com Q1. how do you call these value in English? -> (0.37%...
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What is the appropriate word for these? -> one day, one month, one year and so on

I want to know the most appropriate word for these. one day two days three days one month two months three months one year two years three years The context where these appears is that they are ...
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Teenager or Adolescent?

I've heard a lot of people said that teenager and adolescent are the same, but I'm not 100% sure about that. As far as I know, teenagers are from 13 to 19 (because of the "-teen"), and adolescents are ...
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What do you call this part of the human foot? [closed]

The blue color mentioned part, what do you call it in English? (not the red part)
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“Car amortization” — word request

If you use your private car for a business trip, usually the company pays the fuel, and also gives you extra money for car maintenance etc. — I'm not sure how is this extra money called in English. ...
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how to create economies of scale for a city?

would anyone possibly explain through a vivid example how the size of a city could create such an economies of scale? In addition, I am learning English. Would you tell me your priceless explanations ...
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How to call a customer who presents a good chance to acquire another customer after a succesful project?

I'm looking for a term/phrase used in business / business consulting that describes the following situation: If a successful project has been implemented with customer A, our company is likely to ...