Reply to post: the English language's infuriating but amusing propensity to conjure ambiguity out of thin air

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Giovani Tapini Silver badge

the English language's infuriating but amusing propensity to conjure ambiguity out of thin air

Have you ever looked at Chinese? Get someone to walk through a character by character translation of almost anything (i.e. not google translate) and you will see what I mean...

We do however have a propensity for looking for double meanings...

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