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by Catesse (AU), 2013-06-29, 05:46  Spam?  
I should like to draw attention to the GL concerning verbs.
"However, in all new or re-opened entries, transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive should include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)"."
The Dutch sites constantly ignore this point. It reduces the value of dict, and it is going to cause massive problems later. Past entries are "spilt milk", and there is no point in crying over them. But could we please do better in the future?
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by Paul (AT), 2013-06-29, 12:04  Spam?  
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Thanks, Catesse!
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