Mastering Classic C++ Programming: A Comprehensive Guide to Core Language Features and Object-Oriented Programming Concepts


3-WORDS-A-DAY [16-Jun-2024 UTC]

Quibble
quib·ble | noun
to argue about something that is not important at all;
e.g. The only quibble about the manager is their micro-management.


Standpoint
stand·point | noun
position or idea that will make someone have an opinion about some topic or subject;
e.g. She writes about religion from her own standpoint.


Remission
re·mis·sion | noun
Act of pardoning someone or something so that it no longer owe - free of charges;
e.g. The new law allows partial remission of tuition fees for all students.


Phrase & Idioms
give a crap
to care at all about someone or something, usually used in negative statements
e.g. They don't give a crap about us.



Phrasal Verb
hang back
to be slow to do something, often because of fear or having no confidence.
e.g. There's no need to hang back - you can start earning as well as anyone.



Quote
"Many things are improbable, only a few are impossible."
-- Elon Reeve Musk





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