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What does "cap" mean in this football (soccer) context?

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Is "Ram married his daughter" ambiguous?

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Word used to denote a glass of drunk water

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"... to apply for a visa" or "... and applied for a visa"?

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Can I say "fingers" when referring to toes?

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"Except" vs "except for"

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"bubble" 's possible new meaning in English

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Broken/Shattered/* window

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Pronunciation of "A+'s" (plural of "A+")

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The usage of the word 'suspended' in this sentence?

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Is sawmill necessarily a building?

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Could bimonthly be semimonthly? How many times a month does "bimonthly" really mean?

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Is "to reach more" idiomatic?

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When to use enjoy instead of relish?

4 votes

How do we call women not related to us, of different ages? The usage of mother, aunt and grandma

4 votes

Using can in the future

4 votes

On Using Thanks a Pile

4 votes

Doing that wouldn't do you any harm vs Doing that wouldn't harm you

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powerhouse of ideas

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What should I take "should I nod or shake my head here?" to mean?

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How to ask for ordinal date?

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Is it correct to use "cetera" by itself, replacing "et" with "and"?

3 votes

What does "Milton" mean in this case?

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Meaning of "intellectual farce"

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Is it natural to the phrase "stop with" in the sense of choosing something after consideration?

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Difference between "morals" and "morality "

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Difference between "spearhead" and "lead"

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Asking for something with different prices

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Rain/water droplets are coming in through the window

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"Some are", or "some can be"?

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