Compounds of Orientation: acting at very low concentrations

In the beautiful Italian language that I will never master, the letter s sometimes plays the same role that the a does in turning the word symmetric into its antonym. But sometimes it's a little more subtle. The translation of spaesato  is disoriented. It's rooted in the word paese, which means village, and with the s added, it literally means... Continue Reading →

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