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This tag is for questions seeking a phrase that fits a meaning. If you are looking for a word, or don't care, see the "word-request" tag too.

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Lets say I am wainting on the road for my friend to pick me up. He calls me and asks me which side of the road I am on. Now, I can't say left or right since I don't know which direction he is coming f …
asked Apr 8 '15 by Dude
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Let's say my shirt has been ruined by a dry-cleaner and I am very furious about it, so I am going back there. My friend asks me where am I going. I can say I am going back to the dry cleaner's to …
asked Mar 14 '13 by Dude
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Lets say I want to ask someone to put the cap of either a soft drink or a ketchup bottle on, One way of saying that is Can you please put the cap back on. However I want to know what is the ver …
asked Mar 4 '13 by Dude
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If someone asks me Does 8:30 am work for you for the meeting, or should have it 2 in the afernoon? I want to say, of these two options I choose the 2pm one. What is the colloquial word/expressio …
asked Feb 19 '13 by Dude
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Consider this expression: One of the most talked about stories of the offseason is the move of Player X from Team Y. Similarly in the fields of politics or movies. What words can I use in this …
asked Mar 17 '13 by Dude
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You can use the words anxious, cranky, grumpy.
answered Feb 21 '13 by Dude
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Consider these expressions: The whole firm is a sham to the core. Their football team is gutsy and resolute to the core. What expressions similar to "to the core" can I use here?
asked Feb 9 '13 by Dude
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Let's say I am in my car, and I have to give directions for a place located two-three miles behind the car. How should I describe it? From what I know, if the something is located at some distance ah …
asked Mar 1 '13 by Dude
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I am supposed to ask someone to remove himself from a particular place like a couch or a chair,Can I say get off that chair or get off the couch? Is it correct? If not can anyone please some related …
asked Feb 23 '13 by Dude
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Let's say I am carrying a couple of bags or something like that and some random stranger offers to carry one of them. Do you want me to hold one of these? I have seen in movies that if you don't …
asked Feb 8 '13 by Dude
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I have to tell someone to take a flyover, rather than the road that is besides it to avoid the traffic. Should I say "Go over the flyover"? This can also mean go to the other side of the flyover. Co …
asked Feb 19 '13 by Dude
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Let's I am in a room with a window and I want to describe the direction of the wind with respect to the window, Can I use these these expressions The direction of the wind is towards the window.(w …
asked Mar 27 '15 by Dude
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I want to ask my colleague till what time he is supposed to work here, and what is latest time has has worked at office, Can I ask him What is the latest have you worked here? Is this expression …
asked Sep 5 '13 by Dude
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I was talking to my friend the other day about the airport bus timings, I was supposed to say Buses are due at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 etc. (pattern like this the whole day between say 5 am to 11 …
asked May 16 '13 by Dude