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comment back

A common comment on popular social media posts that informs others that the commenter will like the first picture on someone's page if they like the first picture on the commenter's page. Often abbreviated as "CB." Ever since I started writing "comment back" on famous people's posts, my Instagram pictures have been getting way more comments!
See also: back, comment

comment about (someone or something)

To speak about a particular person or topic. The young starlet refused to comment about the rumors surrounding her latest movie.
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address comments or remarks to someone

to say something directly to a specific person or group of persons. (See also address oneself to someone; address oneself to something.) George addressed his remarks to everyone.
See also: address, comment, remark

comment about someone or something

 and comment (up)on someone or something
to make a remark about someone or something. There is no need to comment upon this event. Please don't comment on Liz's problems.
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No comment.

I have nothing to say on this matter. Q: When did you stop beating your dog? A: No comment. Q: Georgie, did you chop down the cherry tree? A: No comment.
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ˌno ˈcomment

(said in reply to a question, usually from a journalist) I have nothing to say about that: ‘Will you resign, sir?’ ‘No comment!’
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In a jointly issued letter on March 25, 2003, the AICPA, in conjunction with the American Bar Association and the Tax Executives Institute, commented to Treasury Secretary Snow on the tax simplification aspects of the Administration's 2004 Budget Proposals.
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TEI commented on the Department's 1985 paper and has subsequently raised the issue in multiple forums and in liaison meetings with representatives of the Department of Finance.
Sameer Samat, CTO of Mohomine, commented, "IRI has worked many years to develop the expertise to categorize accurately employee comments about their workplace and now has a taxonomy database of over 500,000 comment types.
On July 20, TEI commented on the Finance Committee's preliminary staff discussion draft on corporate tax shelters, which was released by the committee in late May.
In reflecting on the fair value based method of accounting in Statement 123 and the IASB proposal, Robert Herz, FASB Chairman, commented, "While some differences exist between the IASB's and FASB's methodologies, the two are similar in many respects.