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This tag is for questions which a dictionary cannot answer about the several possibilities available for a particular meaning, and which one of them would be the most appropriate.

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Could you tell me what you call salt, sugar, soy sauce, ketchup, miso, pepper and so on as a whole? Do you call them "seasoning"?
asked Nov 8 '17 by user64707
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When you cook something (Let's say "seafood pasta") by following a recipe, do you say "I am cooking seafood pasta from a recipe"? i.e., Do you say "cook ... from a recipe"? Or do you say "cook ... aft …
asked Nov 8 '17 by user64707