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Mar
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
11
answered Are “burro” and “aburrir” related?
Mar
11
awarded  Scholar
Mar
11
accepted What is the meaning of “melaza” in the song “Caras Lindas”?
Mar
10
revised What is the meaning of “melaza” in the song “Caras Lindas”?
added 87 characters in body
Mar
10
asked What is the meaning of “melaza” in the song “Caras Lindas”?
Mar
3
comment Is “versus” a Spanish word?
@hippietrail some of those questions belong to Linguistics. Personally, I think a simple rule of thumb should be as long as the word is commonly used within language, it is part of it. I think RAE is too purist excluding the word "versus" from search.
Mar
2
awarded  Commentator
Feb
27
revised Is “versus” a Spanish word?
improved writing, translation accuracy and format
Feb
27
suggested suggested edit on Is “versus” a Spanish word?
Feb
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
26
comment Why “fiestas de árboles” and not “árboles de fiestas”?
"Árboles de fiestas" is a phrase made up by me. I don't know exactly if it makes sense. I added the context where I found "Fiestas de árboles"
Feb
26
revised Why “fiestas de árboles” and not “árboles de fiestas”?
added 116 characters in body
Feb
26
revised Why “fiestas de árboles” and not “árboles de fiestas”?
added 116 characters in body
Feb
26
asked Why “fiestas de árboles” and not “árboles de fiestas”?
Feb
26
asked Is “versus” a Spanish word?
Feb
22
comment What is the preferred word to use to know if the partner is grasping what you are explaining?
this thing happens in other languages
Feb
21
revised Regional usage and literal meaning of “¡No manches!”
corrected English, better writng
Feb
21
revised How formal is cuán? What are the informal alternatives?
better format, corrected English errors, improved writing
Feb
21
suggested suggested edit on Regional usage and literal meaning of “¡No manches!”