The most confusing euphemisms in the U.S.

We may say someone has “passed away” rather than saying they’ve died. Or, say that someone has been “let go from their job” instead of that they’ve been fired. These are euphemisms—words or phrases that are used in place of their offensive or harsh counterparts. To find out why people use euphemisms and how they […]

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