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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #1

    what's the meaning of these?

    Hi there
    let's say it at first. sorry for my bad english
    I'v made these explanations and i just wanted the words.
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    1. someone who has long hair and has got a extra hair at the back of the head or neck and maybe tied. what's the word for that ADDITIONAL Part.
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    2. Is that right to say "Dude guy boy" as "Pepar Stone Scissor". or both of the are incorrect.
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    3. Is there any word for someone who has attached eyebrows?
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    4. Is that right to say "He pulled the handbrake to show off himself in the race"?. ha? do u use the verb "Pull" for handbrake and it's nice act? I've seen the word "Draft" in the game "Need for Speed". which one is correct?

    I didn't find another word instead of nice act. what do u suggest?
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    #2

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    please 1. please 2. please3 ...... please 10000000000.
    I Need them

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    #3

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    1. pony tail

    2. I'm not sure what you are asking.

    3. unibrow (I assume you mean that the eyebrows are attached to each other)

    4. "Pull the handbrake" is OK. I'm not sure what you are asking about nice and draft.


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    #4

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    thanx friend. God bless you
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    about the second question:
    for example: you are going to play soccer; To specify the starter (team which starts the game) there are several ways. for example we can toss a coin.
    Firstly i want the others. (of course please)
    secondly the way that you bring you hand like "Scissor, Stone, Paper" to choose the first person or for other purposes.
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    about the last question:
    Cant i use "representational" instead of nice act?
    and is it correct to use "Draft" in place of "Pull the handbrake"? I said that I saw "Draft" in the Game "Need for Speed". I'm not sure.
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    my last request:
    Do you know a website which has got soccer terms especially with pictures?


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    #5

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    Forgotten topic?it doesn't take so much time. please


    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    #6

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    secondly the way that you bring you hand like "Scissor, Stone, Paper" to choose the first person or for other purposes.
    I found this question really interesting,do you have something like this in English?

    Like two people gathered to choose one of them for any purpose, they say "Stone, Paper,Scissor" and show their hands at the same time,when you show two fingers it is Scissor,it can cut the paper and the stone smashes it.Showing the palm of your hand means paper,which can wrap the stone,and showing your fist means stone,which loses from paper and wins Scissor.

    Sorry for bringing it up again.


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    #7

    Re: what's the meaning of these?

    Yes and the game is called Rock, Paper, Scissors (in US anyway)
    and yes its played the same way you described.:)

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