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How would I convert an arbitrary noun to a verb?
Often in English, I'll add an "er" or "ed" to the end of a noun to create an impromptu slang verb. How would you do the same in French? For example, how would you say "He was water-bottle'ed out of a ...
Jul 25 '13 at 19:40
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