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Here is a list of commonly misused words or word phrases. The definitions of these words or word phrases may come from Cambridge Dictionaries Online, MacMillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners or Oxford Dictionaries Online.

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accede power, accede to power

Which should you use, accede power or accede to power ? To accede to power means to take a position of power. Accede takes the preposition to ; to...


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accede the throne, accede to the throne

Which should you use, accede the throne or accede to the throne ? To accede to the throne means to become king or queen. Accede takes the preposition...


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accede, exceed

Which should you use, accede , accede to or exceed ? To accede to something means to do what people have asked you to do. The verb exceed may mean to...


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accel in, excel in

Which should you use, accel in or excel in ? The verb excel means to be very good at something; excel takes the preposition in or at . Accel is a...


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accent, ascent

Which should you use, accent or ascent ? The noun accent is the way in which people in a particular area, country or social class pronounce words....


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accept to, offer

Which should you use, accept to or offer ? One meaning of the verb accept is to take something that someone gives you. One meaning of the verb offer...


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accept, accept to

Which should you use, accept or accept to ? One meaning of the verb accept is to take something that someone gives you. When used as a transitive...


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accept, agree, offer

Which should you use, accept , agree or offer ? Accept may not be followed by an infinitive or infinitive phrase; accept may not be used to mean...


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accept, except

Which should you use, accept or except ? Accept is a verb meaning to take something that someone gives you. Except (as a preposition or as a...


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access, access to

Which should you use, access plus object or access to plus object? The verb access means to approach or enter a place or to obtain or retrieve...


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