Exampleの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Example」を含む文の意味

Q: Slay,, example this comment: とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Slay literally means to kill but in this context it means they were born to conquer, win, rise above the competition, be queens, be amazing, steal the show, have all eyes on them. It overall just means to be amazing at what you do.
Q: "to say the least" also can I get some examples? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 'She has been vomiting all week and can't move. She's not feeling well to say the least.' (She's very very ill, but the person is kinda making a smallish joke about how she's only feeling unwell -like she only has a cold)

'I'm furious to say the least.' (Furious is just the first part of the emotions the person is feeling. The person is probably even angrier, but there is not a word that is angrier than 'furious')

'To say the least' infers that there is more to it. Whether it be an emotion or an action.

I don't use the phrase often, so I can't provide many examples nor the best examples.
Q: You can for example graph indifference curve. what is a verb? Is there no verb? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: graph = verb
Q: I can't tell if ~.
Please give me example , thanks . とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @weichunhinative:
I can't tell if it's raining : you don't know if it's raining or not

I can't tell if she's crying or laughing: you don't know if she is crying or laughing

I can't tell if my mom is mad at me: you don't know if your mom is mad at you.
Q: I'm an example for mothers everywhere now. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes, LuiXoDus is right. In English, we often use the term "I am an example to ______ everywhere." It describes that someone is so good at something that everyone should follow what they do. In this case, the woman is such a good and strong mother, so all other mothers should be like her.

「Example」の使い方・例文

Q: please give me examples with "in which" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I've been in many situations in which I felt uncomfortable. In which universe does doing homework not exist.
Q: what does "kill it"mean?
for example? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It is usually an expression like "good luck" or "do a good job."
Examples:
Person A: I'm nervous about this presentation.
Person B: Don't worry, you're gonna kill it!
___
Person A: I guess it's time for me to go onstage!
Person B: Kill it!
Q: Give examples to think that Reckon is the same as Think. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Give examples to show that "reckon" has the same definition as "think"."
"I think that she's going to be late" -> "I reckon that she's going to be late."
"Do you think? (informal) -> "Do you reckon?" (informal).
"They think this house is better than theirs." -> "They reckon that this house is better than theirs."
I think that the word "reckon" is usually spoken instead of written and often, it could sound a lot less formal than the word "think".
Q: what is the different between "during" and "while" and could you show me please any example を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: During implica "por" y una relacion entre eventos.

During the war, lots of people died. ... (people died because of the war.)

While the war was being fought, lots of people died. ... (people died at the same time as the war but the two events were not directly related.)
Q: example を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: -This is an example of a good question.
-Set a good example for the children.
-For example, many people use lettuce for salads.

「Example」の類語とその違い

Q: give examples on sth と give examples in sth はどう違いますか?
A: On is more correct. In is inferring a context or constraint on the examples so it makes less sense.
Q: for example と for instance はどう違いますか?
A: Same meaning , but "for instance" sounds more formal.
Q: for example と take for example〜 はどう違いますか?
A: The difference is mainly in their tone, they basically mean the same thing xx
Q: For example と For instance はどう違いますか?
A: There's no difference.
Q: e.g. と for example, such as はどう違いますか?
A: E.g.
is Latin for exempli gratia - "for the sake of example"

Whereas i.e. also exists, which stands for, id est "that is"

「Example」を翻訳

Q: When do you use "have to" and when "should"? Please, give some examples. In spanish we only have one option. は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: In order to express obligation, there are lots of means
should/had better/ought to : means the obligation is not strict, you may or may not do it, whether you want to or not.
have to/must : a true obligation, you have to do it, it's like an order
Q: no tardes. can I say don't take so long? for example a boy says I'm going to the bar and the girl says okay but don't take so long? that is correct? there is another better way to say it? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Yo diría «Don't take too long» en este caso. Es correcto lo que dijiste, pero suena un poco como suela tardar la otra persona (algo como «no tardes tanto como lo usual»).
Q: Please give an example of word "whatsoever" in a sentence and what you normally mean by that. Thanks は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Whatsoever can be used the same as whatever. Nowadays, most people just say whatever but they are pretty much interchangeable.

Example:
"Whatsoever he's talking about, I don't have a clue."
or
"Whatever he's talking about, I don't have a clue."
Q: どうせdouse For example, どうせあなたにとってはどうでもいい事なんでしょう?douse anatanitotte ha doudemo iikoto nandesyou ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Anyway"?
You're sentence would be like "It doesn't make any difference to you anyway, right?"
Q: 2003 or 2010, for example (years) (twenty-ow-three? two thousand three?) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Sometimes people will refer informally to years as '03 (pronounced "oh three") or 2010 (twenty - ten). But that's only when talking about specific years, and is more informal.

「Example」についての他の質問

Q: I'm really confused about how to use "At", "In" and "On"

Could you use some examples? Please
A: "He is at the bar" o "He is in the bar" Both are fine; 'at' is a bit more natural.

"Good luck in your exam" or "Good luck at your exam" The best word here is 'on,' but all three of them are okay?

"See you on august" or "See you at August" Both of these are unnatural; use 'in.'

"See you in the classroom" or "See you at the classroom" Go with 'in' for this.

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"At" gives a general location. For example, you can tell a friend that you're at the bakery. You might be inside of the bakery, or in the bakery's parking lot, or standing on the roof of the bakery. "At" is vague enough to be true for any of those. But if your friend wants to find you, now he knows to go to the bakery.

Time is sometimes 'in' and and sometimes 'on.' You would use 'on' in "See you on Monday," or "See you on Christmas" (days of the week and specific dates). You would use 'in' for "See you in August," or "See you in 2021" (months and years).

In also has some other abstract uses, like "in love" or "in the rain."
Q: Could you please tell me with examples in what situation "I have had to go" can be said instead of "I have to go." ?
A: I have had to go は過去形
I have to go 現在形

I have had to go to the store 5 times
I have to go to the store right now
Q: Introducing specific examples, and here is a summary of what B City wants to promote. C and D will work together to promote multicultural coexistence promotion measures. In the table below, the section "Jurisdiction section, subject" lists the jurisdiction section, subject, etc. that play a proactive role. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Introducing specific examples, and here is a summary of what B City wants to promote.
✓ Here is a summary of what B City wants to promote, including specific examples.

×  C and D will work together to promote multicultural coexistence promotion measures.
✓ Cities C and D will work together to promote multicultural coexistence.

× In the table below, the section "Jurisdiction section, subject" lists the jurisdiction section, subject, etc. that play a proactive role.
✓ In the table below, the section "Jurisdiction section, subject" lists the jurisdiction section and the subject, both of which play a proactive role.

I hope this helps!! <3
Q: Hello! could you please make some examples and reword into some other saying about these words "distateful", "aversion", "disinclination", "reluctance", "repel", "repulsive"?
I'm sorry for many words!
A: 😀
Your behaviour is distasteful = your behaviour is rude and uncouth.
Uncouth = not socially dignified.

I have an aversion to heights. = I dislike/hate being up high.

I have a disinclination to attend the cinema with you on Friday night, I prefer to go drinking on fridays. = I dislike the idea of going (or don’t want to go) to the movies with you on Friday night, I prefer to go drinking on fridays.

I’m reluctant to go to school, as I have an exam today. = I don’t want to go even though I know I have to go to school today, as I have an exam today.

If you have two magnets when you touch the opposite poles, they will stick together. If you try to touch the same poles, they will repel each other (push away from each other).

The smell coming from the homeless man was so repulsive, that people were repelled by the stink. = the smell coming from the homeless man was so revolting and horrible, that people naturally avoided him.
Q: What does unprejudiced mean exactly feel free to provide some examples if you want thanks again beforehand
A: Unprejudiced means you have no premade opinions about something or someone. You are neutral in relation to something or someone.

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