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Touchwood, backside... 10 phrases we love to use


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Shubham Shree
article fail!
by Shubham Shree (View MyPage) on Apr 23, 2017 05:08 PM

The article lacks research. Intimate and expire can be used to mean communicate/inform and "to die" respectively.

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Kumbakonam Venkataraman
Touchwood, Backside ... 10 Phrases We Love to Use
by Kumbakonam Venkataraman (View MyPage) on Apr 20, 2017 12:02 PM

1.      It has been given in Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learners English Dictionary (2008) that the word 'intimate' has a verbal use.

Intimate (verb) – to say or suggest something in an indirect way. [He intimated (to us) that we should plan to arrive early.]

2. Again, the same dictionary gives the meaning of 'expire' as a verb: to die. It also gives the example: She expired after a long illness.


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PyarelalLaxmikant
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by PyarelalLaxmikant (View MyPage) on Apr 20, 2017 09:35 AM




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Rahul VA
Ensure you meaning of intimate. stop behaving like know all
by Rahul VA (View MyPage) on Apr 19, 2017 07:57 PM

imply or hint:

"he had already intimated that he might not be able to continue"


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