Do you have a word for sarcasm in your native language?
noun [ U ] UK /ˈsɑː.kæz.əm/ US /ˈsɑːr.kæz.əm/
the use of remarks that clearly mean the opposite of what they say, made in order to hurt someone's feelings or to criticize something in a humorous way:
I'm noticing that prices of desirable pieces: 62mas, 6159, 6105 (both variants) are stagnant and nowhere near the record highs we saw in 2019. However, supply and inventory is very low. Sellers seem to be holding onto their pieces, as new listings have become few and far between.
As early as...
I don’t mean existing models with finer points, like a screw down crown on 6105s.
More like, what were some fantastic models that could have been made with existing parts.
I find the 7549 300m Professional SS Tuna to be a fantastic watch. I have a fairly clean one from 1982 I wear on an...