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Eddie Kal
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What do you call the act of drinking a whole bottle of, say, water in one go?

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Is "cops" (= police) a slang/derogatory term?

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What's the difference between "vanilla" and "plain" when talking about yogurts?

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"Transgender" versus the obsolete term "transgendered"

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Meaning of "be of" in the given context

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"When you Frankenstein a team together..." - Is "Frankenstein" a new verb?

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Why does the phrase "cross my fingers' mean just "cross middle finger over index finger"?

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What does "guilty" mean in this context?

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Can I say "guess what" to acknowledge new information?

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What does "that's that" mean in this context

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What does 'in first for' mean?

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What is the meaning of "shop-wise" in "… and talk turned shop-wise"?

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"lose her for two hours"?

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How would the place one spent most time growing there be called?

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An analogy of "punish is to berate"

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What do the phrase "Reeyan's seacrest" and the word "fraggle" mean in a sketch?

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What does "As in" mean here?

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How to understand "I had two try"

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Right or left? When the teacher says: "If you look at the diagram on the left hand side, you will solve this question!"(In a position like this?)

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"One of them" vs. "One of which"

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What does "for" mean in "...for works written by and for the sophisticated adults .."

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How to understand: "The owls are nothing next to the rumors that are flying around"?

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Meaning of a phrase in David Ricardo's literature

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When is it specific enough for 'the' to be used (e.g. [potential article] + [noun] + [prep.] + [another noun])?

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"I have been given it on the condition that I do not pass it on." What does that mean?

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Why does Google show the pronunciation of "teacher" as /ˈtēCHər/, not /ˈti.tʃɜː/?

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Help to understand this question from reading comprehension in my GRE textbook

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What's "a liquid lie"?

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It wonders me. Possible?

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How should we understand this conversation about the use of the phrase "you do you"?

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