To bring the thing off as well as Mike has done requires address.

Gooische Vrouwen

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Dutch - Belgium
Hi,

I just came across "To bring the thing off as well as Mike has done requires address." in a dictionary.
Would "To bring the thing off as well as Mike has requires address." have been even better?

Thanks.
 
  • Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    Would "To bring the thing off as well as Mike has requires address." have been even better?
    Yes, you could say it that way, if by "has", you mean "has done".

    I can't understand what "requires address" means however. Which word was this sentence used as an example for?
     

    lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    That instance of “address” must be in the dated (as described by Oxford) sense of skill (or dexterity or readiness).
     
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