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Generally, in the US, I would say garage would be most common. You'll often just refer to the person as well (in other words, "the car is at the mechanic's"). Also, if your preferred car service locat …
answered Dec 13 '18 by pboss3010
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Informally, Americans will say "turn-off". For example, "the phone doesn't have an replaceable battery, which is a turn-off for me". You wouldn't use it in more polite/formal speech though. If the iss …
answered May 31 by pboss3010