What does it mean by saying something is of no moment?
"Moment" in this sense is used in the same sense as the word "momentum." When someone says something is of "no moment," they mean that the thing has no force, or no ability to change anything.
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It means "at any particular moment" or more loosely "at any time whatsoever"
you could do something physical, actions speak louder than words... but in the same case actions get you in a whole lot more trouble. a good way to anger him/her with ou…t insulting or assaulting would most likely be to either a. start a nasty rumor b. find some sort of "dirt on them i.e an embarrassing photo or writing. You could also take a photo or video and edit it in a way to make them look stupid. c. steal his/her girl/boy friend or d. get them in trouble for something they didn't do. Good Luck my angry adolescence =)
i think you mean biased. biased means crazy, like kind of weird or stupid. um actually no, anything biased generally is one-sided and therefore lacks a neutral point of view…. Bias can come in many forms and is often considered to be synonymous with prejudice or bigotry. If you are English and therefore believe that England will win the World Cup no matter what then you would be said to be biased. Like favouring your child over another in a race because you are their parent and therefore biased. Hope this helps.
Example? Metaphor? Parallel? Parable? Simile? Lie? Fib?
A part(allocation) of something, is given(allocated) to someone. The thing to be allocated can be anything, for example, it can be a non-tangible item like responsibilty, or …it can be a tangible item, example a piece of land, or a desk in an office.
there thinking the girl is weird or sexy.
e-mail means electronic mail.
To reduce is to make it littler. Ex. 2/4 = 1/2 divided by 2.
it means you're special to him
I suggest that you are meaning something called Verbal Irony , implying a meaning in opposition to the literal meaning.
that something is fresh
They're fed up& want you to go away.
its in limited quantity
It means that the physical quantity comes in discrete units, as opposed to being continuous. For example, while the amount of water in a glass appears to be continuous, in fac…t, it is quantized. If you have 10 billion molecules, you cannot add any less than one more molecule, to give you 10 billion and one molecules. Many quantities that appear to be continuous are actually quantized. It is just that the quantum (the minimum amount you can add) is so small that it's difficult to notice. "Quantized" can also refer to the end result of a process of measurement that uses discrete steps. For example, if you take a sound input and digitize it into a stream of ones and zeros, the apparently continuous sound input is said to be "quantized" into the ones and zeroes.
If something is out of context it means it is out of its usual position, environment, or away from its usual associations, like a fish out of water, the wrong word in a phrase…, a sentence whose meaning is confused when isolated from its explanatory paragraph. There are lots of examples, as people, words, colors, shapes, behaviors, etc can be "out of context".
It means that the property is currently for sale and open for visitation. It may also mean that a person is inside a property or house or even an office building.
That it's inherent in the organism, and NOT caused by an outside cause.