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According to Wiktionary, aĉ is an interjection used to "express dismay at a bad or unfortunate situation". They give the following example: Aĉ, kion mi devas fari nun? -> "Ugh, what am I supposed to d …
answered Sep 18 '16 by Chives
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In general, the root of a word falls into one of three categories. What happens when you add iĝ depends on the category of the root: Verb/Action roots: adding iĝ turns a transitive verb into an intr …
answered Sep 15 '16 by Chives
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Note that one definition of sufiĉe is “Mezgrade, tolereble, konsiderinde” (“to a medium degree, tolerably, considerably”) with example “cetere ĝi (la muziko) estis sufiĉe bona”. In some situations, “p …
answered Oct 2 '16 by Chives
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The Wikipedia article corresponding to "Outsourcing" in English is indeed called Subkontraktado, with the definition "signifas... transdonon, elorganizigon de laborfazoj al alia entrepreno, ofte en ek …
answered Oct 16 '16 by Chives
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I’m not super hip with the lingo of today’s youth, but I’ve heard that swag comes from swagger, which is a verb that is translated to Esperanto as paradi or pavi (literally “to peacock”). If you wante …
answered Oct 12 '16 by Chives