anonymous
  • anonymous
Does somebody know what´s the meaning of "THWE"? Is it equals to "double"?
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rainbow
  • rainbow
I haven't heard of this. Can you tell how you have seen this word used?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Rainbow, I´ve saw the word in the following phrase: "Thwe weight of taxes".
anonymous
  • anonymous
Vinicius, it looks like a typo (an error by the person typing) It should really read "The weight of taxes" there is no such English word as "Thwe".

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, Mangodurian.

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