A pun, if you look up a dictionary, is a play on words, and usually for humorous effects.
Could you help me with the meaning of "there is too much of it" as in the following passage marked in capital letters?
I like your explanation in your column titled "Safe or Safety". I think your idea is clear and easy to understand.
What is the difference between adjective and noun when they two can both modify a noun?
It seems that inequality is greater now than it has been since the 1920s. There is a New Guilded Age of the rich in...
To gild something is to cover it with a thin layer of gold or something else smooth and shiny.
I was reading Yahoo! Sports to keep up with the NBA Playoffs yesterday when I came across this sentence...
In this sentence, "you have my word that we won't stick your name on the account", what does "stick... on" mean?
Paul Wolfowitz, head of the World Bank, is mired in a scandal over promotion and pay raises he arranged for his...
Translators should try to avoid Chinglish like the plague.