Word of the week: momentarily
adj for a moment. Not to be confused with the U.S. definition, “in a moment.” I was alerted to this by a Brit who heard a station announcement in Chicago that his train would be “stopping momentarily at platform 6” and was unsure as to whether he was supposed to take a running leap to get into it before it left.
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There’s a book!
Of course there’s a book. You should find out more about it somehow. If only there was a way.