What is difference between mild ,modest and moderate? [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 last year. Improve this question As often seen in different stats especially in context of covid-19,some times we see term “mild” and sometime “moderate” One more … Read more

Can I take note or highlight on paper during a TOEIC test in the reading section? [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 8 years ago. Improve this question I heard that I cannot take notes during the listening section of the test (correct me if I am wrong) … Read more

Meaning of the verb “cut” in context

Here is the context: High intensity interval training can be used to lose as much fat as possible while cutting, to stay lean and conditioned while adding muscle, or to improve aerobic and anaerobic endurance for performance-focused athletes. Does it mean while trying to get muscle definition? Answer In fitness world jargon “cutting” means fat … Read more

What does “child components can mutate the parent” mean?

From View.js: In some cases, we may need “two-way binding” for a prop. Unfortunately, true two-way binding can create maintenance issues, because child components can mutate the parent without the source of that mutation being obvious in both the parent and the child. I found it a little hard to understand the part in bold. … Read more

Better word for “agreement” when describing two quantities being compared

We have a specific concept in Mechanical Engineering. This concept describes that when entropy generation increases, then first law of thermodynamics decreases. I want to use these sentences in abstract of a paper. There is no plot in the abstract, I only want to describe this agreement. “This concept (or result) have created a agreement … Read more

What does the phrase “when to feather the throttle and when to pin in” mean in the given 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 Here is a sentence from a racer game: “You will need a sixth sense for knowing when to feather the … Read more

Should it be bachelor programme, bachelor’s programme, bachelor program… or what?

Which of the following is/are correct: 1 a bachelor’s programme 2 a bachelor’s program 3 a bachelorprogram 4 a bachelor programme 5 a bachelor program Personally I’d go with (1) or possibly (4), but that’s just my own intuition; I can’t say for sure what’s actually considered correct. I’d be immensely grateful if someone could … Read more