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eclectic

What does "eclectic" mean?

  • either outcome is possible
  • unique, diverse, varied
  • when you close one eye to get someone's attention

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  • how much some one could bee puzzled

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    when some one wants to explain about the knoWledge of someone about somthing that is too little would use this: "(someone) + dont(doesnt) know , a...

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    the difference between so and such?

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