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Use it when you are searching for a word expressing a specific meaning.

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I really like the word nupto, which seemingly can be used for any kind of marriage ceremony, even including more than 2 partners: nupt/o. Ceremonio k festo, per kiu du (aŭ pli da) homoj publike ce …
answered Oct 18 '17 by Bjørn
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As far as I know, Esperanto does not have a single word for ”single”. You’d have to re-phrase, for example: Mi nun ne havas koramik(in)on. (I don't have a boy/girlfriend) ≈ I’m currently single. I th …
answered Feb 8 '17 by Bjørn
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What about one of these definitiva solvo definitiva respondo Cf. Merriam Webster’s definition of sockdolager in English. The linked example phrase in your question could then be rendered like thi …
answered Apr 24 '17 by Bjørn
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”upside down” could be translated as renversita. PIV gives some examples, such as: li renversis la vinbotelon, por ĝui ĝis la lasta guto ”he turned the wine bottle upside-down in order to enjoy even t …
answered Aug 24 '17 by Bjørn
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”Meme” is memeo, as far as I know. :-) I don’t agree with you on this: ”In an artificial and logical language we should always avoid increase the number of basic roots.” Esperanto is a living language …
answered Feb 25 '17 by Bjørn