What Is “De Facto”?

What Is “De Facto”?

What is de facto? No, it’s not “the fact” with a silly Spanish accent. But did you guess that de facto means something about facts?…

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Loose vs. Lose

Loose vs. Lose

Lose is a verb that means “to fail to win, to misplace, or to free oneself from something or someone.” Loose is an adjective that…

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How to Use “Translucent”

How to Use “Translucent”

Translucent means “permitting light to shine through.” Be careful of how you use transparent and translucent. A new appliance won’t do you any good if…

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