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Literally, "as anything" makes a comparison to everything else. It means that you can't find anything else that's more likely to go off in your face. This indicates a high degree of likelihood. In …
answered Jul 28 '14 by snailboat
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I don't think there's much of a difference. That said, when I read both sentences aloud, there's a bit more emphasis on skills in the first sentence. I also have a slight preference for the sound of …
answered Jun 10 '13 by snailboat
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Yes, that's fine. as general an answer as possible means the same thing as an answer that is as general as possible In other words, an answer that cannot be any more general. It has … already been made general to the extent that is possible. Grammatically, the adjective phrase as general appears in Predeterminer position, which has that name because it comes before the Determiner an …
answered Jul 16 '16 by snailboat
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It's sense one in Collins: (often preceded by just) while; when; at the time that The data will be encrypted when it's transferred between data centers.
answered Sep 9 '13 by snailboat