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This tag is for questions which a dictionary cannot answer about what a word means. If the question is about the meaning of a word that can't be understood outside its phrase or sentence, the "meaning-in-context" tag should be also used; for the meaning of a phrase, use the "phrase-meaning" tag instead.

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There's an implied comma. You should read it as "Make, don't hate".
answered Feb 17 by Daniel Roseman
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This sentence is incorrect. "anymore" should be two words. ... I don't know who he is any more than he knows who I am. The implied break is in the middle, after "is". In other words, I don't kn …
answered Jan 30 by Daniel Roseman
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It is not "due in", but "due to". The "in" is part of a separate phrase; you should parse it like this: ... was due, in great measure, to...
answered Sep 8 '17 by Daniel Roseman
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This isn't an idiom, it's a specific thing to that time and place. In Soviet times, the authorities routinely denied visas to those wishing to emigrate, in particular to Jews wanting to leave for Isr …
answered Nov 1 '18 by Daniel Roseman