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Can we use the phrase "so-called" in its positive sense (or neutral) when refereeing to a widely adopted thing?

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Is the child that is not adopted your 'blood child'?

13 votes

How to use the word ma'am?

11 votes

Someone who can't abide a joke against themselves

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How to describe this type of laughing?

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Difference between "kid", "boy", "child", "children"

8 votes

What does it mean for someone to be "held to low(er) standards"?

8 votes

Can I use "there" twice in the same sentence?

8 votes

Why do we have to use 'have got' instead of 'got'?

7 votes

Things you have (eat or drink) while drinking alcohol

7 votes

What is the difference between IMO and IMHO and IHOP?

6 votes

grow a tooth, fall a tooth, and loose a tooth

5 votes

What's the meaning of "farmer by trade"?

5 votes

Contextual expression and Get/Got It

5 votes

How to use ask in a dialogue twice?

5 votes

High Street goods

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The second person in conversation

5 votes
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Where to place "rather"?

4 votes
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Sweet words to use instead of wife

4 votes

What is the meaning of "provision of a service"?

4 votes
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She is gone! -dead or departed?

4 votes

A phrase for "ashamed"

4 votes

Should we end the given sentence with TO in the given situation?

4 votes

Call yourself God

4 votes
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Hover in the meaning "to remain suspended under"

4 votes
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What's the opposite of 'profanity'?

3 votes

Rabbit and hare (Wabbit)

3 votes

am I a native speaker?

3 votes

"He is king" vs "He is a king."

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Double meaning for "Family matters"?

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