Can you tell me about 2 sentences below. I don’t know which one is make sense or both of them are right? I went window-shopping. I was window-shopping.
I’m writing a scientific paper and I would like to use a single word to describe the concept “lack of statistics”/”without statistics”. Is statistics-less, or variants, a well-formed neologism?
How would one say that something “has been overlooked/forgotten” but there are still some very few cases that did look into that? I need a phrase that is not over-generalizing or alternative for “has gotten limited attention” that has a stronger meaning. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
I recently read a NY times article and I am not sure why the writer says “Never mind that…”: On Tuesday afternoon, townspeople gathered inside the gymnasium here at Uiseong Girls High School to root for the South Korean women’s curling team, whose match against the United States was shown on a big screen as… Read More »
Sample sentence: Some people think that Veronica is a workaholic but what they don’t know about her is that she actually suffers from a very debilitating and un-diagnosed chronic illness – she’s really the opposite of a hypochondriac. I am not satisfied with previous answers to this question. Q: What do you call people who… Read More »
Does “network radio and television” in the following text mean simply radio and television channels or internet-based radio and television? Context: The vast network of global media, including print media, television, and the internet, is another key component of contemporary globalism. This network cements large US, European, and Japanese corporations’ control of the release and… Read More »
This is what I have gathered from the dictionary and a few other websites: entry: the act of entering, in a more formal way entrance: the act of entering; a gate/door, etc admittance: permission to enter a place,institution, etc admission: the act of accepting sb into an institution, organisation,etc; the fee paid for entrance But… Read More »
I’m looking for a word that refers to the state of being external or internal as a noun. Something like “ternality” or “ternalness” if those were words. Example: “The ‘ternality’ of the door was external.”
What is the correct phrase to use when you call the police multiple times for less than urgent matters? Misuse of resources???
I was going through Ghostly Tales: An Audible Christmas Gift, and a story in there (written by Amelia B. Edwards, ‘Was it an Illusion?’) used a phrase which was unknown to me. The passage reads (copied from the previous link): Up to this moment I had not met a living soul of whom to ask… Read More »