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As the UK begins negotiations, a Cabinet group styling themselves the ‘sensibles’ are pushing for a softer – and what they deem more sensible – Brexit. Turning adjectives ending in -ible and -able into pluralized nouns is a long-running habit of English, though, reaching back to the early 1400s and spanning food, fashion, and finance. Here’s over […]more
The office is famously a minefield of workplace jargon. If you’ve ever sent or received emails as part of your job, the odds are that you’ve seen some workplace jargon – maybe even used some yourself! Workplace jargon – or business or corporate jargon – refers to words and phrases that are either so vague […]more