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comment How to say “unmaintained”, speaking about abandonware?
It should be noted that abandonware is usually used to mean software that can no longer be acquired in a legal way (because the owner/producer no longer sells it). If you still give it away, but don't provide any support then I'd suggest you avoid that term.
Mar
30
answered What is a German programmer's “rubber duck”?
Mar
28
revised Unterschied Mietvertrag - Anmietvertrag
Grammatik
Mar
28
comment When to use das/die/der and when ein/eine?
I propose we use "das Frankreich" from now on, to make it simpler ;-)
Mar
22
answered “Each and every” auf Deutsch ausdrücken – wie?
Mar
12
revised German verbs vs English verbs
it's grammar
Mar
12
comment What is “schlagen” slang for?
It can also mean "to beat" as in "I beat him at chess."
Mar
4
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Feb
29
comment Why do deprecative descriptions of a person sound funny today?
"Halunke" is one of my favorite words, especially when paired with "garstig": "Garstige Halunke!" But maybe that's just me.
Feb
24
comment Ist “Quereinsteiger” eine abwertende Bezeichnung?
Meiner Meinung nach hat "Quereinsteiger" selbst keinen negativen Beigeschmack. In manchen Bereichen herrscht jedoch ein Elite-Denken, dass besagt dass jeder ohne formale Ausbildung in dem Gebiet (oder dem "falschen" Studium) automatisch schlechter ist. Dort könnte "Quereinsteiger" quasi als Schimpfwort verwendet werden.
Feb
22
answered What's the difference between “können” and “könnten”?
Feb
8
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
revised Is there a difference between “Leiche”, “Leichnam”, “Toter”, or “Verstorbener”
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
answered Is there a difference between “Leiche”, “Leichnam”, “Toter”, or “Verstorbener”