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    Post get better (verb)



    Dear All,

    What is the verb that gives the see meaning of “get better”, a word that starts with the letter 'I'?

    thanks



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    Re: get better (verb)

    You do mean l, with capital L - not ' i '?


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    Re: get better (verb)

    Dear Mr. David,
    I meant I the capital of i.
    thanks

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    Re: get better (verb)

    Quote Originally Posted by ofd View Post
    Dear Mr. David,
    I meant I the capital of i.
    thanks
    A single word is not normally capitalized. The word is improve.


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    Re: get better (verb)

    that's the only single word I could think of - and it starts with ' i '.

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