Q: Get baking
(Please click the picture😊) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Go and bake!". "Get cooking" is related. There a many other ways to use "Get" in this way, they are all commands:

"Get started" = "Start"
"Get going" = "Go"
"Get well" = "Feel better"
Q: can you give me the click for the song? とはどういう意味ですか?

A click track

A very simple electronic rhythm that the musicians follow, to stay in time
Q: Kindly click the picture of the book showing damage and send it to us via attachment so that we can check and verify it. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: oh perhaps I made you misunderstood their email (it seems like my Japanese still needs improving 😅) . they wanted you to send an attachment to them showing the damaged book.
Q: clicking とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "clicking" can also mean two people getting along or working well together. it can also mean to understand something
Q: We clicked とはどういう意味ですか?
A: If two people get a long well the first time they hang out , you can say "we clicked".


Q: click

(We click on everything) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I clicked on an add for cookies.
We just really didn't click.
Q: enthusiastic

and can you please click this link
thank you を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “She is very enthusiastic and motivated when she works around the children.”

“My dance instructor is very enthusiastic when she teaches us new dances. It makes me want to do good.”

“My waiter had a very enthusiastic attitude, he deserves a raise.”

“Make sure when you are helping people enter the building, be really enthusiastic when you greet them so they have a great experience here.”
Q: clicked を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: As soon as they met, they clicked.
Q: click on (wake up?) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: click on does not mean wake up if you think they could mean the same thing mily.


Q: click with と get along with と keep in touch with と contact with はどう違いますか?
A: “Clicking with” someone is an instant connection to that person. You meet someone for the first time and you are instantly friends. You always have a fun time together.

“Getting along” with someone is just having a friendly relationship. You “get along with” your coworkers. You aren’t necessarily good friends but you like them and work well together.

I think being “in touch” and “in contact” mean about the same thing. Contact feels kind of cold though. “In touch” sounds friendly.

“Have you kept in touch with her?” This sounds like you are corresponding as friends.

“Have you been in contact with her?”
This sounds like what you might say at a business.

However, someone in a business could say “have you been in touch with her?” Because people in businesses in the US act like they are friends with their customers.
Q: click と push と tap はどう違いますか?
A: Push is more forceful whereas a tap is more lighter than a push
Q: click away with a camera と snap away with a camera はどう違いますか?
A: No difference. I suspect more native speakers would likely use "click," but everyone knows what a "snapshot" is, too. So long as you were in a context where the idea of taking photos was already present, either would be understood with the intended meaning.

Edit: Google Ngram Viewer may indicate that I've mis-judged which would be more common. See
Q: clickclick on はどう違いますか?
A: well, you click "on" things. most times, the two go together.

it's not that common for click to mean something on its own, but it can mean "a sound" or "for something to become clear."
Q: Please click the left mouse button. と Please click the mouse left button. と Please click the mouse's left button. はどう違いますか?
A: #1 is correct and the most natural.
#2 is incorrect.
#3 is correct but a little unnatural.


Q: if you double click on a word, it becomes highlighted. does this sound natural? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
Q: Please click here to have a look.🤣This is not an advertisement. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Hey, I’m interested! My WeChat id is: perdav
Q: 网页卡住(all clicks are useless,the webpage remains the same) は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: the website isn't responding
Q: .. (click on my question) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: non tu ne l'a pas fait


Q: 1) Usually, when I say "click", I think that I left-click by default.
2) Wireless mice are more convenient than wired mice.
3) Wireless mice are more expensive than wired mice.
4) Few people use ball-type mice.
5) The light source used by the laser mouse is infrared light.
6) Do not look at the sensor of the laser mouse.
7) Instead of moving the mouse body, it detects movement by turning the ball with a finger.
8) There are many keys that can not be understood on the keyboard. この表現は自然ですか?
A: 5) The light source used by the laser mouse is *an* infrared light. OR: The *kind of* light source used by the laser mouse is infrared light.
7) Instead of *sensing movement of* the mouse body, it detects movement by *the turning of* the ball with a finger.
8) There are many keys that *cannot* (British spelling) be understood on the keyboard.
Q: we're really starting click with these guys この表現は自然ですか?
A: we're really starting to click with these guys
Q: Which one is correct?
1. Please click the "A" button on the menu in the website.
2. Please click the "A" button on the menu on the website.
3. Please click the "A" button on the menu of the website.

Thanks a lot!
A: Number 1 is correct
Q: "click your heels three times",is this phrase related to culture,and what does that mean
A: It is a reference to the movie The Wizard of Oz. Not to spoil the movie, but at the end she is given red shiny shoes that are magical and can send her back home if she clicks her heels together 3 times and makes a wish. As she does this she also says with each click "There's no place like home."
Q: You may click "unnatural" for a natural-or-unnatural question on HiNative. Then you may write, "I would say....." If the conditional clause is added, is it "If I were you" or "If it were me"?
A: Both are the same.
Both are OK.

"I would say XXX, if I were you"
"I would say XXX, if it were me"