TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

learning cottage

learning cottage  n.— «Eight of the trailers—or “learning cottages,” as Fairfax parents and staff jokingly call them—house fourth-grade classes, four are third-grade classrooms, and the remaining ones are used for music and...

learning cottage

learning cottage n. a residential trailer (British ‘caravan’; American ‘mobile home’) used as a temporary or portable classroom. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

learning cottage

learning cottage  n.— «Photo Fifth-graders in Erica Allen’s class at Lockheed Elementary School place their book bags into plastic bins outside their “trailer,” which has been dubbed a “learning cottage...

momjjang

momjjang  n.— «If you came up with “Momjjang” then you are correct. This quickly coined phrase, which literally means in Korean slang “good body shape” or “knockout body,” and the fitness craze that it...

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «Why she was then cuffed and stuffed, to borrow from the vernacular, is still up for discussion. School officials are saying that they were following state law by calling the police, who are themselves saying that they...

globe

globe  n.— «My personal opinion on ‘globe’ (on afterthought of course) remains inclined towards the moderate. and unlike venkatachalam’s blog post, this is not a humorous take. in b-school parlance, the word symbolizes attempts, successful...

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