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Since I am not aware of any word used solely for this purpose, I'd use one of the following words, depending on the context whether you want to describe a single element or a set of them: As you hav …
answered May 12 by Nikolas
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I want to express that something prevents somebody to do an activity. Is a proper way to use keep from? Is there another suitable synonym? When I use it in the sentence, is it correct? Nothing ha …
asked May 26 '17 by Nikolas
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From the Wikipedia, the set is defined as: a collection of distinct objects What is the single word for a collection opposite to this one? The collection of not distinct objects - it means at le …
asked Jul 14 '18 by Nikolas
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In the Czech language we can say "překousnout" to express literally "to cut sth in half using teeth" just with one word. This is used e.g. in the context of sewing when scissors are not at hand and we …
asked Jan 20 '18 by Nikolas