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Can you use "line of thought" synonymously with "reasoning"?

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When does "the share of" equal "the percentage of"?

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The cake expired back on/on December 31st

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"He was my father?" vs. "He is my father?"

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What does "overtrimmed" mean here?

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What does "at the edge" mean in relation to Microsoft Azure?

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Is "reign upright" poetic license?

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Is it idiomatic to say "I have to race with time" to mean I have to do a thing very fast and finish it before something bad might happen?

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Hyphen VS Apostrophe in temporal expressions

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Do "tinker" and "tinkerer" imply "unskillful"?

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Meaning of the sentence below

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"on a farm" vs "on the farm"

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Do they all have the same meaning-'make','to make','making'?

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Is "No. You won't." used as double entendre?

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When talking about a broken device, would there be any difference between: "I will get it working." and "I will get it to work."

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The sales for the video games sector ARE (or) IS increasing? Why is "sales" a plural noun when it refers to the number of items sold?

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How Do I Explain "Be Born"?

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Is the expression “Don't care a fiddlestick” often used in American English?

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Why do people keep saying that "rate" is the number of something that happens over a period of time?

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Is using "the rate/ratio/proportion of people" correct when it's per X population?

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the ratio of them, their ratio, or the ratio thereof

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"...glue these shapes to the side of the box that doesn't have the drawers on." Why is there ".....on" at the end?

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Are they going to put/hold off the wedding till May?

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1) A dictionary says "on a weekend" is a British informal phrase. Is it so? 2) "On the weekend of" is used in US and "at the weekend of" in UK, right?

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Describing Ratio and its Change

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How to express a candle in a burning state?

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What's an "Englishman's kiss"?

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Is there a noun to express the quality of being nested?

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How to describe or phrase "fake a laugh"

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How to identify the syllables of an English word?