Asked by: Karlo Pledgerasked in category: General Last Updated: 16th May, 2020
Is downtown one word or two?
Also question is, is cash flow one word or 2?
Although both are used cash flow is much more commonly used and so should be used.
Secondly, is up front one word? adjective Also up·front. invested or paid in advance or as beginning capital: an up-front fee of five percent and an additional five percent when the job is done. honest; candid; straightforward: He's very up-front about discussing his past.
Keeping this in view, is someone one word or two words?
But the shift from two-word to one-word forms is a well-established process in the language. There are many common English words that started out as two-word phrases, e.g. somebody, everyone, today, or tomorrow. Over time they became fused into the one-word forms we use now.
Why do we say downtown?
The term is thought to have been coined in New York City, where it was in use by the 1830s to refer to the original town at the southern tip of the island of Manhattan. But by the early 1900s, downtown was clearly established as the proper term in American English for a city's central business district.