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Autodidact |ˌôtōˈdīˌdakt| mid 18th century origin from Greek autodidaktos ‘self-taught,’ from autos ‘self’ + didaskein ‘teach.’ #beautifulwords #wordoftheday #selftaught #brick #contrast #stepbystep #Seoul

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Autodidact |ˌôtōˈdīˌdakt| mid 18th century origin from Greek autodidaktos ‘self-taught,’ from autos ‘self’ + didaskein ‘teach.’ #beautifulwords #wordoftheday #selftaught #brick #contrast #stepbystep #Seoul

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Word of the Day: Permutation

January 05, 2020 | major or fundamental change in character Permutation has not changed all that much since it was borrowed into Middle English from Anglo-French as permutacioun, meaning 'exchange,

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