A2used to ask someone to do something: Will you give me her address?Will you give that to Tony when you see him, please?›(also'll)used as a polite way of inviting someone to do something, or of offering someone something: Will you join us for a drink, Evie?Will you come in for a while?You'll have some cake, won't you, Charles?
As adult humans, we can distinguish about 10,000 different smells. It’s no wonder, then, that we have so many words and expressions to describe them. This week we’re taking a look at those smell words – words that describe good smells and words that describe bad smells. Most smell words are either
a type of stock market trading that uses very complex technology to trade extremely quickly, often making tiny profits which nevertheless add up to substantial sums Lewis’s book, Flash Boys, is driving a huge amount of attention toward the topic of high frequency trading, and it has rekindled some of