October 30



  •  MW-WOD

     

    And to think, I have been pronouncing it "OK-TOB-ER THIR-TEE-ETH" for all of these years.



  •  And the word appears only implicitly in the example sentence, too.



  • @Ilya Ehrenburg said:

     And the word appears only implicitly in the example sentence, too.

    Clearly, America's Language Experts are experts in some languages, but not SQL, (Perl|PHP|Ruby), etc...

    I can see it now:

    int, n. 1. A unit of storage which will typically be 16 to 32 bits in length dependent on the architecture...



  • What would be scarier is if it had that definition for October 31st, cause you know kids LOVE to get touched or felt.



  • I don't get it.  Is that the same picture that was up there originally?  



  • @tster said:

    I don't get it.  Is that the same picture that was up there originally?  

    The picture of the "advanced learners dictionary" was just an advertisement.  The whole image was a screen capture I took from my WOD email I received yesterday (October 30).  Normally, the WOD email has the actual word-of-the-day in large, bold letters.  Yesterday, however, they seemed to have put the date there instead.


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