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The way in which English is spoken, either formally or informally. As opposed to written usage.

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I can't speak to its accuracy, particularly since it doesn't even merit inclusion in the overlong Hiberno-English page over at Wiki, but in North American books, shows, and movies it's a standard mark …
answered Apr 24 '17 by lly
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This is a verb based on use of a can, specifically a trash can. can, v.³ 2. trans. a. U.S. slang.... b. can it: used in the imperative to command someone to stop talking, esp. on a particul …
answered Jul 20 '18 by lly