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"18 and above" or "18 or above"?
Posted 7/30/16
Or. Who cares.
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Posted 7/30/16

VerdantHills wrote:

Or. Who cares.


and who cares

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Posted 7/30/16
They mean the same thing. English is confusing.
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Posted 8/6/16
now that i think about it, both phrases mean the same thing lol. but "18 and above" is the more accepted phrase

but why is this important though..........
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Posted 8/6/16
"18 and above" is referring to the numeric of the age, same as noting 18+ or >= 18. While "18 or above" is referring to the age, such as "Age 18" or "above age 18". Either usage is grammatically correct and they mean the same thing.
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Year-end cleanup. Closing threads with no new posts since 12/31/2016.
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