Grammar Patterns

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Nouns with other meanings

There are a number of other nouns which have this pattern.
Companies are also learning to their cost that the apparent convergence between different cultures has not gone as far as they thought.
To his credit, Ford recognized the problem.
They must have known I wasn't going to play, but no-one had the decency to tell me to my face.
Almost to a man, the president's senior advisers were against the idea.
At 16 I did not have a qualification to my name.
Keep your letter short and to the point.
It was already hot. The panels beneath the handrail were warm to the touch.
But, over the past nine years, the council has also profited - to the tune of more than $7 million.
  • to hand
  • to a man
  • to the day
  • to the point
  • to the taste
  • to the touch
  • to my cost
  • to my credit
  • to my discredit
  • to my face
  • to my feet
  • to my knees
  • to my name
  • to the exclusion of ...
  • to the tune of ...
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