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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
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2021-03-29 20:27:31 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
Not really, in my usage. I recognize "hike" as a long walk - and
possibly a difficult one - and to indicate a rise in cost (a price
hike). Also a rise as in "hike up your pants". Also, instructions to
the center from the quarterback to deliver the football. That last
"hike" would be "HIKE!" as it is a form of shouting and the
exclamation point is understood.

But, the above would not be normal phrasing for me.



That doesn't mean I didn't understand the use, though.
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2021-03-29 21:17:28 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
Not in mine.

I've been trying to think of a word that would have the apparently
intended meaning.

Two are "hitch" and "hiccup".

I've also been wondering about a typo being miscorrected by a
spellchecker.

The spellchecker on this news client gives "hike" as one of the
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2021-03-29 21:47:18 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
Not in mine.
I've been trying to think of a word that would have the apparently
intended meaning.
"It's a hike" means "It's a long walk or journey" in the US. The
sentence's use of "hike" would be the "journey" version. Not good,
but possible.
Post by Peter Duncanson [BrE]
Two are "hitch" and "hiccup".
I've also been wondering about a typo being miscorrected by a
spellchecker.
The spellchecker on this news client gives "hike" as one of the
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2021-03-30 10:57:36 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
Not in mine.
I've been trying to think of a word that would have the apparently
intended meaning.
Two are "hitch" and "hiccup".
Hike/hitch confusion seems the most likely to me. The two do share the
sense of pulling up (specifically clothing). I was all ready to believe
that the words were etymologically the same word (like dike/ditch), but
it seems not. Origins of both are pretty unclear; and "hoick" has to be
in there somewhere.
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I've also been wondering about a typo being miscorrected by a
spellchecker.
The spellchecker on this news client gives "hike" as one of the
possibilities for correcting "hikup".
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.

As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult terrain".
I
I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely inappropriate.
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult terrain".
"Trek" might be a little nearer
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I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely inappropriate.
Agreed
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2021-03-30 17:53:46 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult terrain".
I
I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely inappropriate.
My difficulty is that the situation is described as "unable to take the
test or obtain the required band score demanded by...". That does not
mean that the person is facing a figurative hike or slog to obtain a
certificate, but has "met a brick wall" and is unable to obtain a
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult terrain".
I
I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely inappropriate.
My difficulty is that the situation is described as "unable to take the
test or obtain the required band score demanded by...". That does not
mean that the person is facing a figurative hike or slog to obtain a
certificate, but has "met a brick wall" and is unable to obtain a
certificate.
I don't think "hike" is the appropriate word there, but I do think
it's a translation error of some word that could have "hike" (in the
hiking through difficult terrain) as one meaning.
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2021-03-30 21:51:16 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult terrain".
I
I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely inappropriate.
My difficulty is that the situation is described as "unable to take the
test or obtain the required band score demanded by...". That does not
mean that the person is facing a figurative hike or slog to obtain a
certificate, but has "met a brick wall" and is unable to obtain a
certificate.
I don't think "hike" is the appropriate word there, but I do think
it's a translation error of some word that could have "hike" (in the
hiking through difficult terrain) as one meaning.
And here *I've* been thinking it's been an attempted analogy to a "price
hike" as the "cost of entry" is perceived to go up for the line of work
the con artist is trying to manufacture the illusion of qualification
for with these folks.
--
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2021-03-31 00:11:40 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My guess: the writer knew that the required word was half of
"hitch-hike", but forgot which half.
As a child I made a similar error. I liked the meringues that my
grandmother made, but I called them boomers.
It's probably the result of translating some term into "hike", but
"hike" is not that hard to accept in that context as meaning
"something you slog through" or "hiking through difficult
terrain". I I'm a bit surprised that people think it's completely
inappropriate.
My difficulty is that the situation is described as "unable to take
the test or obtain the required band score demanded by...". That does
not mean that the person is facing a figurative hike or slog to
obtain a certificate, but has "met a brick wall" and is unable to
obtain a certificate.
It's all euphemism anyway. What the ad really means is "has no chance of
passing the test because of lack of competence".
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Peter T. Daniels
2021-03-30 14:01:08 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My god, you _read_ this crap?
Ross Clark
2021-03-30 19:56:26 UTC
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[something I have no intention of investigating to discover what Ross
is referring to]
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My god, you _read_ this crap?
You gonna report me?
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2021-03-31 00:24:33 UTC
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Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My god, you _read_ this crap?
You gonna report me?
To whom? There is no higher authority.
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Anders D. Nygaard
2021-03-31 14:11:01 UTC
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Post by Ross Clark
Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My god, you _read_ this crap?
You gonna report me?
To whom?  There is no higher authority.
The committee! But that, of course, runs into the difficulty
that nobody known how to contact it/them.

/Anders, Denmark
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2021-03-31 21:14:47 UTC
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Ross is referring to]
Post by Ross Clark
Is this a normal use of the word "hike" in anyone's dialect?
My god, you _read_ this crap?
You gonna report me?
To whom?  There is no higher authority.
The committee! But that, of course, runs into the difficulty
that nobody known how to contact it/them.
/Anders, Denmark
Someone knows, presumably. But if you found out they'd have to kill you.
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