- SET-UP | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
set-up definition: 1 the way in which things are organized or arranged: 2 a situation in which someone is tricked into doing something or is made to seem guilty of something they did not do: 3 to start a new business: Learn more
- POP UP | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
pop up definition: 1 to appear or happen, especially suddenly or unexpectedly: 2 used to describe a machine, book, etc that has parts that push out from a surface or from inside: 3 used to describe a shop, restaurant, etc that operates temporarily and only for a short period when it is… Learn more
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Tense Grammatical tense refers to the conjugation of a verb to reflect its place in time—that is, when the action occurred There are technically only two grammatical tenses in English
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1 ( ANI ): Popular terms 'Hangry' and 'Mansplaining' along with several other terms have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary this January
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- Oar | Definition of Oar by Merriam-Webster
History and Etymology for oar Noun Middle English oore, ore, going back to Old English ār, going back to dialectal Germanic *airō (whence Old Norse ár "oar"), of uncertain origin Note: The presumed etymon *airō is attested only in Scandinavian Germanic and Old English; it is apparently a loanword from Scandinavian into Finnic languages (North Saami áiru "oar," Finnish airo, Estonian aer)
- Roe | Definition of Roe by Merriam-Webster
History and Etymology for roe Noun (1) Middle English ro, from Old English rā; akin to Old High German rēh roe Noun (2) Middle English roof, roughe, row; akin to Old Norse hrogn roe and probably to Lithuanian kurkulai frog's eggs