What does “fudge on something” mean? [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for English Language Learners Stack Exchange. Closed 10 months ago. Improve this question I’ve come across in the 13th episode of the 7th season of The Office. Here is the context: Pam: But … Read more

What is the difference between “kid” and “kid around”?

Could you tell me what the difference is between kid and kid around? For example: Person A: I’ve accidentally ruined your painting. Person B: What?! I’ve been painting it for a week. Person A: Relax. I’m just kidding/kidding around. Answer “kid” refers to a specific instance where someone is making a joke, or playing a … Read more

Is there any difference between “read something to someone” and “read something out to someone”?

Could you tell me if there is any difference between read something to someone and read something out to someone? For example: Sir, I can read your PUK code to you only after you’ve been identified. Sir, I can read your PUK code out to you only after you’ve been identified. Answer There is no … Read more

Looking for an expression for “inaudible” [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 5 years ago. Improve this question I’m looking for an expression that allows me to say when someone’s voice becomes inaudible or silent, something like a … Read more

“Trace over” in this sentence [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for English Language Learners Stack Exchange. Closed 2 years ago. Improve this question Trace over the dotted lines to complete the monkey’s tail. Can I say ‘trace’ instead of ‘trace over’? Is ‘trace … Read more

When you move towards someone or something

Editted: When someone comes up to you, they approach you while they are moving towards you. But what (phrasal) verb is used in an opposite case? For instance, you say: The small girl came up to me and asked for money. But how about a case when you go towards someone else? Please have a … Read more