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Fenrisulven 8 year s ago
#3 In many European countries the word for "car" is "auto". In Scandinavia the word for "car" is "bil". Both "auto" and "bil" are short versions of "automobil".
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Easy_Rus 8 year s ago
I think micro + soft had something to do with Bill Gates, amiright?
       
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Fenrisulven 8 year s ago
Yea, his dong...
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gigantes 8 year s ago
#3, depending on context, "car" is also short for "caravan." more of a military thing for that one, though.
       
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bob.james.5454021 8 year s ago
But don't the English (Brits) call a trailer (one you sleep in) a caravan?
       
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Mr.Tchou 8 year s ago
#18 I read that it comes from secession war when nobody was Killed in the troups it was an OK day (zero Killed actually).
       
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