Earbudsの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Earbuds」の類語とその違い

Q: earbuds と earphones と headphones はどう違いますか?
A: Earbuds are the ones that you put in your ears to listen to music they are similar to earphones, but there is a small difference. Earphones come with cushions and earbuds don't have any cushions.
Headphones are the ones that you put on your ears to listen to music.
Q: earbuds と earphones はどう違いますか?
A: ear buds typically go in your ear while earphones go around your ear (think of gaming headsets for earphones)

「Earbuds」を翻訳

Q: "I've put on my earbuds (in order) not to bother her"
is "in order" necessary here? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You need something here to connect the two thoughts of the sentence. You can't just eliminate "in order".
In addition to the suggestions of Heiroglyyphics, you can say:
"I've put on my earbuds so that I don't bother her" (This is the best option, IMO)
"I've put on my earbuds so as not to bother her"
Q: ex: "I've put on my earbuds in order to not/not to hear any of her shows!"
which one is correct?"not to/to not" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: There is an old rule that says it is best not to split an infinitive. Most people no longer follow this rule, but many people still use it. Personally, I try not to split infinitives.
In your example, "to hear" is the infinitive, so to avoid splitting it, you should say "not to hear".
"I promised never to use that word." (not "to never use)
"On Star Trek, the explorers wanted to go boldly into space." (not "to boldly go")
That being said, splitting an infinitive is generally no longer considered incorrect. You can use either of the choices you mention.
Q: I put earbuds and lie in the bed は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?

「Earbuds」についての他の質問

Q: I was so upset that lost my earbuds again. It was the wireless earbuds that my brother gave to me, and I really like it. I walked around the house trying to look for my earbuds, but they were no where to be found. I went out without my earbuds for days. Then just yesterday while I was cleaning up my room, I found them falling on the gap between my bed and the wall. I was so happy and promise myself to be more organized so I don’t misplace things again. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × It was the wireless earbuds that my brother gave to me, and I really like it.
✓ It was the wireless earbuds that my brother gave to me, I really liked them.

× I walked around the house trying to look for my earbuds, but they were no where to be found.
✓ I walked around the house trying to find my earbuds, but they were no where to be found.

× I went out without my earbuds for days.
✓ I went without my earbuds for days.

× Then just yesterday while I was cleaning up my room, I found them falling on the gap between my bed and the wall.
✓ Then just yesterday while I was cleaning up my room, I found them falling in the gap between my bed and the

× I was so happy and promise myself to be more organized so I don’t misplace things again.
✓ I was so happy and promised myself to be more organized so I don’t misplace things again.

Q: Watching an earbuds review and this guy says this model when it comes to the trembles "it comes to the higher end". Why does "higher end" mean?
A: Higher end can mean more expensive and better quality, or the high frequency range where there is normally more treble. I don't understand what you mean, but if I watch the video I might understand.
Q: These earbuds fall out easily.
この表現は自然ですか?
Q: >I usually pop in my earbuds as i'm lying on the sofa>> what does "pop in" mean?
A: It's a casual way of saying "put in."
Q: She took out her earbuds and let the chaotic city sounds wash over her as she looked around, awestruck.

I looked up 'wash over' in my dictionary.
It says like this.
1. if a feeling washes over you, you suddenly feel it very strongly.
2. if you let something wash over you, you don't pay close attention to it.

Which is the mean in this case?

At first I guessed that it means the sounds ring out around her.
That is why I am a little confused.
A: #1 is correct. She feels the sounds so strongly she awestruck (like in the presence of a god). She's probably not used to city sounds or comes from the country.

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