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What is the difference between "hug" and "embrace"?

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5 answers
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Plurality of verb depending on plurality of list elements

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Tap, faucet, spigot - what are the differences?

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2 answers
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Is it sleeting?

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3 answers
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"Ought" vs "Should"

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3 answers
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Walking up/down a level road/street

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laugh (noun) vs laughter

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How does one use a rostrum?

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5 answers
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Word meaning "harmful to learning"?

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2 answers
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Lite instead of Light

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2 answers
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What's the second meaning of "blue" here?

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2 answers
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When do "well" and "good" mean the same?

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5 answers
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Difference between "clean" and "clear"

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4 answers
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How should I use "infer"?

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3 answers
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How should I use "deem"?

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2 answers
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Does English have an expression for "Straw Enthusiasm"?

7 votes
11 answers
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What's the difference between a can and a tin?

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4 answers
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Antonym of permission

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3 answers
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When does one write a number as words and when as digits?

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3 answers
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Are British words jarring in US English? [closed]

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4 answers
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What is this stuffed pastry called in English?

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How obscure is "yet" in place of "but"?

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2 answers
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"I'll not" vs "I won't" - when is which preferred?

4 votes
3 answers
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metal reinforcements on wood

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1 answer
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The part of zipper slider which you grasp to pull

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4 answers
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What is the American street naming convention? [closed]

3 votes
3 answers
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Common name of muscle fever

2 votes
1 answer
679 views

How does one pronounce I'd've?

2 votes
1 answer
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Campy, Cheesy, Corny

2 votes
1 answer
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person left in one's care