When you are leaving a car outside on a hot day, you might say, “Why don’t you __________ the window a bit, so that it doesn’t get so hot in here?”
This question is new; it was not asked in the 1965–70 survey.
|“CRACK THE WINDOW OPEN, NOT JUST ‘CRACK'”||1|
|PUT THE WINDOW DOWN||1|
|ROLL THE WINDOW DOWN||1|
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