Get it Both Ways: Words With Opposite Meanings

British can be a complicated language in many different ways, with words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently (such “lead” the factor and “lead” the verb) and words that are spelled out the same but spelled differently (like “threw” and “through”). But one extra layer of confusion comes from auto-antonyms, also called Janus… Continue reading Get it Both Ways: Words With Opposite Meanings