Criedの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Cried」を含む文の意味

Q: I'm all cried out. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means you’ve been crying for a long time and can’t cry anymore. You’re tired of crying. You have no tears left.
Q: She looked for and cried for him / Does this mean that she literally cried or she just needed him(was the word Cry used as a metaphor?)? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means she is very upset that he has left and cannot find him. She may or may not have actually cried. What is important is that she is devastated that he is absent.
Q: she low-key cried とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: cried out とはどういう意味ですか?
A: in the sentence. He cried out in pain. it would mean he yelled out expressing his pain

「Cried」の使い方・例文

Q: cried を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The child cried when his father spanked him with a stick.
He cried out his lover's name as he sank into the pot of boiling oil.

「Cried」の類語とその違い

Q: he dumped me so i cried と i cried because he dumped me はどう違いますか?
A: Not much, they can be used interchangeably..
Q: Rosé cried when she is listening to this song と Rosé cried while listening to this song はどう違いますか?
A: 1 - you say CRIED , past tense. but IS LISTENING, present. so the sentence is wrong

the second one is correct.
Q: cried と yelled はどう違いますか?
A: Cried is past tense for the word 'Cry'
Yelled is past tense for 'Yell'

Eg.
He yelled at me during the meeting.
"Yelled is similar to shouting"

She cried all the way home.
"Cried is similar to weeping"

Q: cried と shout はどう違いますか?
A: (cried) is usually used when the person is emotional or upset. (shout) is generally used when the person is angry or acting aggressively.
Q: cried と shout はどう違いますか?
A: Cried is either used for when someone is crying (if they're sad) or if they're yelling something. Compared to "shout," "cried" sounds more emotional.

For example:
"'Don't hurt them!' he cried." This sounds much more emotional and impactful than "'Don't hurt them! he shouted."

Shout is only used for yelling, and is used more commonly than cried to describe yelling.

「Cried」を翻訳

Q: "i cried of laughter"

is this sentence used often in daily life?

If so, please give me an example of daily use. :) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “I laughed so hard I cried.” Yes it’s used a lot. Sometimes someone will be laughing (over text messaging, etc) and say “I’m crying.” They say it with the understanding that the other person knows they are laughing very hard. Does this make sense?
Q: I am all cried out today中是不是要用crying out? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I cried all day today

Is this what you mean?
Q: i cried seeing the photo?
( between "cried" and "seeing", to write anything ? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: You could write..."I cried when I saw that photograph."

「Cried」についての他の質問

Q: Many Japanese cried in front of their radio receivers in August 1945 when Emperor Hirohito spoke his people over the radio that he had come to the conclusion that Japan had no choice but to accept the offer of surrender from the United States and its allies. They finally knew they lost. On the other hand, most Japanese were relieved that the years-long war was declared finally over and, more importantly, that they had survived. Occupation forces, led by U.S. troops, landed in Japan. To their annoyance, contrary to their fears, they met no resistance. The Japanese were not only relieved that they had survived, they also felt guilty for those who had died in the great war they called "Jihad." That ambivalenct feeling had the Japanese people loose the negative feeling against the occupation force. Some saw it more as a liberating force. It was perhaps because they subconsciously wanted to see that it came to Japan to absolve the survivors' guilt of them.

[Continued to https://hinative.com/questions/21322621?locale=ja] この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Many Japanese cried in front of their radio receivers in August 1945 when Emperor Hirohito spoke his people over the radio that he had come to the conclusion that Japan had no choice but to accept the offer of surrender from the United States and its allies.
✓ Many Japanese cried in front of their radio receivers in August 1945 when Emperor Hirohito told his people over the radio that he had come to the conclusion that Japan had no choice but to accept the offer of surrender from the United States and its allies.

× They finally knew they lost.
✓ They finally knew they had lost.

× To their annoyance, contrary to their fears, they met no resistance.
✓ To their surprise, contrary to their fears, they met no resistance.

× That ambivalenct feeling had the Japanese people loose the negative feeling against the occupation force.
✓ That ambivalent feeling had the Japanese people lose the negative feeling against the occupation force.

× It was perhaps because they subconsciously wanted to see that it came to Japan to absolve the survivors' guilt of them.
✓ It was perhaps because they subconsciously wanted to see that it came to Japan to absolve their survivors' guilt.

"to their annoyance"? I think you mean "to their surprise"
Q: “How could I be so cruel? Cruel?” cried the dwarf. “Because I was in the humour. I’m in the humour now. I shall be cruel when I like. What does "in the humour" mean here? In the mood?
A: In the mood is correct! Or ‘because I felt like it’.
Q: He said to her and cried in low tone that I should die with you together.

Is it sound natural?
A: He cried to her quietly, "I should die together with you."
You can use 'in a low tone', but quietly, softly, or another -ly adjective shows more emotion.
or,
He cried to her quietly that he should die together with her
Q: What does "cried fraud" (last line) mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. — Florida’s Secretary of State ordered machine recounts in three statewide races Saturday, as tallies submitted by the state’s 67 counties showed the contests for Senate, governor and agriculture commissioner were too close to call.

Recounts were also ordered in a state Senate race and two contests for the state House.

“Florida has never had a full statewide recount. It’s about to have three,” Andrew Weinstein, the national co-chair for the Democratic Lawyers Council, said on Twitter. “Buckle up.”

Some candidates who saw comfortable margins diminish since Tuesday, as heavily Democratic southern counties continued to process mailed and problem ballots, cried fraud and filed lawsuits.
A: To “cry fraud” means to claim that something fraudulent was done (illegally excluding or invalidating ballots, that kind of thing).
Q: He screamed and cried for help. But she pretended to be unable to hear and was absorbed in the animation of SpongeBob. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I would say:

He screamed and cried for help, but she pretended not to hear him and absorbed herself in watching SpongeBob.

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