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17 votes
7 answers
11k views

Is there a word or phrase that means "use other people's wifi or Internet service without consent"?

15 votes
5 answers
4k views

What would you call this weird metallic apparatus that allows you to lift people?

14 votes
2 answers
11k views

Is there an idiom that means "revealing a secret unintentionally"?

12 votes
1 answer
3k views

What do you call the battery slot's ends?

8 votes
3 answers
533 views

Implication of namely

7 votes
9 answers
5k views

Is there an idiom that supports the idea that "inflation is bad"?

6 votes
4 answers
2k views

What do you call the thing that holds Iron Man's suits?

5 votes
2 answers
3k views

Is it wrong to say "what an irony is"?

4 votes
1 answer
6k views

When do we use the plural form of infrastructure?

4 votes
4 answers
1k views

A word that means fill it to the required quantity

4 votes
6 answers
60k views

When do we say "skies" instead of "sky"?

3 votes
4 answers
459 views

Lifted its hind leg on or lifted its hind leg towards?

2 votes
3 answers
192 views

Use of the present tense along with simple past

2 votes
1 answer
112 views

Difference between "in" and "for"

2 votes
3 answers
1k views

What do you call a close interaction with someone, but not intimate?

2 votes
3 answers
332 views

Is comma before "and" mandatory or not?

2 votes
2 answers
110 views

Adjective meaning being difficult and requiring attention

2 votes
2 answers
727 views

Is there a better way to say "on a price for quality basis"?

2 votes
3 answers
88 views

Is "by a many" the same thing as "by many"?

2 votes
2 answers
55 views

Does "onto" suggest or imply that the subject is coming from above?

2 votes
2 answers
166 views

What does "moanest loud" mean?

2 votes
2 answers
10k views

Properly using "what about you"

2 votes
2 answers
86 views

Is there a word that means you are doing things pragmatically and as efficiently as possible as opposed to doing it the traditional way?

2 votes
1 answer
180 views

What are some proper responses to "How are you?"?

2 votes
1 answer
3k views

"causing harm for" vs. "causing harm to"

2 votes
1 answer
936 views

Is it "what are the differences or what's the difference" when we compare three things?

1 vote
3 answers
11k views

Is there an idiom expressing the idea that "things never change"?

1 vote
2 answers
57 views

What's the meaning of stock? [closed]

1 vote
2 answers
510 views

Is there a formal idiom that means "fed up with something"?

1 vote
4 answers
5k views

How do you use "smooth sailing" idiomatically?