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    Dear Sirs,

    I am writing to ask the following questions:

    1. What is the difference between "stress" and "stress out"?

    2. Does there a story behind these two phrases "Walk down the aisle" "tie the knot"?

    3. Dish out?

    4. When students are going to graduate. They planned to go travel together. Can we say "graduated trip" or there is a specific term to say this situation?

    5. How to use "splurage

    Thanks for your assistance

    Emily

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    Default Re: Some questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Dear Sirs,

    I am writing to ask the following questions:

    1. What is the difference between "stress" and "stress out"?
    stress = noun
    stressed out - done for, too much, cannot handle it any more

    2. Does there a story behind these two phrases "Walk down the aisle" "tie the knot"?
    get married

    3. Dish out?
    hand out, do onto others

    4. When students are going to graduate. They planned to go travel together. Can we say "graduated trip" or there is a specific term to say this situation?
    graduate = student
    graduation trip

    5. How to use "splurage
    splurge - over endulge

    Thanks for your assistance

    Emily
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