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What does "Yes, you can. But you may not." mean?

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What does "She ran up the stairs two at a time." mean?

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Why is the same person called differently by different people?

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coronavirus - Why no 'c' capital? Why is there no space?

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Verb for adding something to a database or table

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What does "Someone call the burn unit" mean?

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Using word "clip" to refer to a short video

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Does developments means building?

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substitution for uncle and aunt

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What does it mean, "You the last brother"?

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What's the meaning of “we'll all be speaking Japanese”?

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Are the phrases "I'm just guessing" and "I'm disgusting" homophones?

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Is it idiomatic to say "**nice** answer"?

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Is it idiomatic to say work in roles?

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What does "bank" mean in banked oval track?

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what is the meaning of "pass the requirements" and "district council surveyor"?

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"so much to do"

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"lashing belt of rage"

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Is it an idiomatic expression, "in a very near future"?

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Meaning of the "d" in "how'd" (other than "did" or "had")

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Is it a commonly used spoken contraction to pronounce "the interviewers" /ðɛntər vjuwərs/?

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Are they the same "She is drying her hair off" and "She is drying her hair up"?

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the meaning of "slip a tip"

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Understanding of a difficult sentence

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Why does it have to be "a man's fiancee", not just "the fiancee"?

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thanks for help or thanks for the help or thanks for your help

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What does the phrase "in critical terms" mean in this sentence?

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Does "leave" mean "by using" in some situations? If yes, what are they?

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Is this a way of emphasizing "or" to pronounce it as "o ra"?

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Go for a ride x Take a walk x Go for a walk

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