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    Question at rage

    Hi, can anyone answer this question? Is "used at rage" correct in this example:
    "This can have a negative inpact if used at rage."

    is the preposition "at" correct?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: at rage

    Quote Originally Posted by CosminaPinkster View Post
    Hi, can anyone answer this question? Is "used at rage" correct in this example:
    "This can have a negative inpact if used at rage."

    is the preposition "at" correct?

    Thanks a lot.
    Try,

    • This can have a negative impact if used in rage/in anger.

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