Re: Debian, Iceweasel, Firefox!
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Andrew Sackville-West wrote:
Well, Dutch can "Verb" too. Googlen is now in our official dictionary,
to name one clear example.
On Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 11:04:06AM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
On 01/31/07 10:32, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 07:52:55AM -0500, Max Hyre wrote:
No pardon needed. In English, any noun can be verbed. But I have a
preverence for not verbing nouns unnecessarily.
Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
interesting one to me is the battle Adobe has going to prevent
"photoshop" from becoming a synonym for "edit a photograph" or for an
It's already been, you should pardon the expression, ``verbed''. As
in ``Was that photoshopped?'' when expressing doubt as to the
authenticity of an image.
Mild chortle. You just unnecessarily verbed the noun "verb".
The "correct" way to write it would be:
However, I have a preference for turning verbs into nouns only
one should avoid unecessary enverbification whenever possible.