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Dmytro O'Hope
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  • Novhorod-Sivers'kyi, Чернігівська область, Ukraine
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What's the opposite of the phrase "pay under the table"?

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4 answers
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What is the meaning of the phrase "tack against"?

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4 answers
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What do you call this when cats hunch their backs and their fur stands on end?

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11 answers
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What is the verb for describing the movement of a cat's paw when it is trying to hit something with it?

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2 answers
4k views

"Work in a power plant", "work on a power plant" or "work at a power plant"?

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

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1 answer
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"in 60 seconds or less" or "in 60 seconds or fewer"?

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1 answer
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meaning of the phrase "play humans"?

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6 answers
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Is there any difference between "pour drinks" and "pour out drinks"?

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2 answers
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"In the same day" vs. "on the same day"

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1 answer
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"give to someone" vs. "give someone"

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2 answers
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Is it correct and natural to say "I'll meet you at $100" meaning I'll accept $100 for something?

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2 answers
2k views

meaning of "the man" in historical context

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6 answers
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"You can sleep while I drive" vs. "you can sleep while I am driving"

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5 answers
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"Get used to cold weather" or "get used to the cold weather"?

9 votes
2 answers
980 views

meaning of "to be" in context

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9 answers
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Which one is more correct and natural: "drive in a car" or "drive with a car"?

7 votes
3 answers
3k views

Is it natural to use the phrase "run something by someone" in the sense of passing information on to someone?

7 votes
2 answers
856 views

The use of "touch" and "touch on" in context

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3 answers
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What is the difference in meaning between "I think" and "I am thinking" in the sense of having an opinion?

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2 answers
3k views

Meaning of the phrase "I got nothing" in context

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3 answers
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Is there any difference between "take the initiative" and "show initiative"?

6 votes
1 answer
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Is there any difference between "on doing something" and "after doing something"?

6 votes
2 answers
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Meaning of the word "good" in context

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2 answers
1k views

Meaning of the phrase "think something"

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2 answers
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Meaning of the phrase "go us!"

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3 answers
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Meaning of the verb "tease" in context

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2 answers
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Which one sounds more natural: "agree to a price" or "agree at a price"?

5 votes
2 answers
1k views

"Go off of something" vs. "go from something"

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2 answers
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Meaning of the phrasal verb "get all X on" in context

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