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17 votes

Does "Until when" sound natural for native speakers?

15 votes

What does "threw a women in film event" mean here?

15 votes

What is the meaning of "dog-food" here?

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What is this called in English? paper / sheets/ blank page (picture is attached)

6 votes

Can a person hit home?

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"I only have a friend” vs "I only have one friend”

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Help to understand the usage of "after" in "Nothing you need to get a chain saw after yet"

4 votes

"Official wife" or "Formal wife"?

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A word that means "blending into a community too much"

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Interpretation of an integrated relative in "my brother who doesn't [live in New York]" in context

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Can 'as well as anybody' mean 'really bad/badly'?

2 votes

Learn something the hard way

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Is there a word that describe both parents of me and my spouse?

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"...appear before magistrates..." meaning

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What does "He has insurance, but Christ" mean?

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"I should be doing my homework." Vs. "I should do my homework."

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Is it necessary to add "do it" in the following case?

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What is the meaning of "fell off the curve"?

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He popped out to shortstop vs He popped to shortstop (What's the meaning of the sentence?

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I have got 2 questions

1 vote
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"He’s always playing a part." means "He always tells a lie."?

1 vote

What does "he was there for" mean in this sentence?

1 vote

"a man/woman of difficult situations", does this sound idiomatic?

1 vote

Will "hit the bottle" be understood by any native English speaker?

1 vote

The meaning difference between "on course" and "on track"

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Why was 'Having seen that it is about to rain...' not the correct answer?

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Do we say "the stone that goes with the balloon is dirty" or "the stone that comes with the balloon is dirty"?

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Is it not correct to say "I have the brown eyes" instead of "I have brown eyes", and why?

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I could take her

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what is the connotation of precariously normal life in this context?