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12 votes

"half of pound" or "half of a pound" or "half pound"

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What's the meaning of "You get that much because that’s how much you get"?

4 votes

What is the small room in the entrance of the flat called?

3 votes

Idiom request for describing a situation in which people pay attention to their minor problems rather than the fundamental related ones?

3 votes

turn over rocks for something - what does that expression mean?

2 votes

What's an umbrella term for academic articles, theses, reports, etc.?

2 votes

If someone is using slang words and phrases when talking to me, would that be disrespectful and I should be offended?

1 vote

What do you call the process of filling up an electric kettle and turning it on in one verb or phrasal verb?

1 vote

Looking for other ways to say "I've experienced the same, I can understand"

1 vote

How do you pronounce FAQs?

1 vote

What is the adjective for someone with cancer?

1 vote

Why does "money" take "the" in "all the money in the world"?

1 vote
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what does 'tore up' mean in this context?

1 vote

If one's brother got divorced, the former sister-in-law is still considered to be a relative?

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Can I also call my brother my relative?

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Quitting a job - email subject "I'm moving on"

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Is there a polite way to ask about one's ethnicity?

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Should "cooking" and "cleaning" be taken literally in "...two men at once. One cooking. One cleaning."

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When you want to prevent someone from being foul-mouthed

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What do you call a team which it's players play in a very coordinated way?

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Should I use past tense for something just happened?

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difference between "He was dead by the time the doctor arrived" and "He had been dead by the time the doctor arrived"

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Is there a word to refer to people who likes gossip?

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What is the meaning of "only to have instead one nail snap off" in this sentence?

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When someone behaves as if you owe them somthing

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What do you call a dripping liquid?

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Wait for the classroom to be "full"

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Is there a word for the various "subevents" at an event?

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What's the difference between "people involved" and "involved people"?

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Meaning of "rule [something] out of order"