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If you have serious doubts about an entry in our dictionary, we’d love to hear from you in the ‘Wrong entry’ section of our forums. If you have spotted a typo or other minor mistake, it’s easiest if you use the i‘Report mistakes’ form.

How to use this forum

  • To get an idea of how to best use the form in this forum section please read the discussion sweating - der Schweißausbruch which is a good example of how to structure your information. Our team is small and relies on your support. The faster we can assess a proposed correction or deletion, the faster we can implement it.
  • For the benefit of all users, we are linking dictionary entries that are based on a suggestion in the new entry section with the relevant post. Other users will appreciate the time and effort you invested in researching an entry. Thank you!

How to start a new thread

  • Click REPORT MISTAKE at the bottom right of your page to start a new thread.
  • Copy the LEO entry – if possible verbatim – in the wrong entry form. Select additional tags (grammar, region etc.) where relevant.
  • Click ADD to add a proposed correction. This is optional but if you do make use of these fields please also quote your references in the field marked Examples/ definitions with source references. Use the Comment field for any other comments you wish to make.
  • Click ADD if you need fields for other related corrections.
  • If you would just like to make a comment on an entry and ask for it to be deleted (rather than corrected), please do so in the Comment field.
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