Aren't we doing separate headings for each part of speech any more? Are we sure that each of the translations works for both the pronoun and the "adjective" senses?
Also, when have we started making all of the language labels bold? Should we be doing this to all articles? Where did we discuss it? Or should we each just used our own favourite formatting on each article we touch? — Hippietrail 08:43, 13 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- Good questions. I've removed the bolding since it seems not to be standard. By the same token, I've removed the link to Ido, since linking to language names isn't standard either. (But since when are pseudolanguages like "Ido" allowed at Wiktionary anyway?) --Angr 10:13, 12 November 2005 (UTC)
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Determiner section. The usexes "I haven't got any money. It won't do you any good." don't match the definition "A guaranteed selection from (a set). At least one, sometimes more (of a set)" and might belong under a (currently nonexistent) adjective section instead (though I don't know, as I honestly don't know what a determiner is exactly).—msh210℠ (talk) 05:48, 4 July 2010 (UTC)