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    Re: to thin grind

    Well, I don't want my posts to be annoying here.


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    #12

    Re: to thin grind

    Quote Originally Posted by Vik-Nik-Sor View Post
    Interesting, "thick-slice" and "to thin-slice", to me, look like verbs with premodifiers (thin/thick).
    They do. The problem is, that except in the very restricted conext ems mentioned, these 'verbs' don't exist. They appear in none of the dictionaries here.

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