Q: Hillary Dab とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Dabbing" is a kind of dance move. It's the arm motion she's doing, with one arm outstretched and the other bent in front of her face. The picture shows when she is dabbing.
Q: Hillary Clinton & the Democratic Party are both scams. You'd have to be in denial to not see this is all fraudulent. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @Ryosk8: It gets controversial and I'd rather not make enemies here, but, the party is said to be highly corrupt at this point and guilty of illegal acts and outright deception. Sources and such are possible but it becomes time-consuming.
Q: Hillary said "Tomorrow this campaign goes national. " とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means that tomorrow the campaign will begin to be spread around the entire United States.


Q: Hillary clinton を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: (Everyone who's answering, please keep this unbiased!)

Hillary Clinton was a candidate who ran for POTUSA (President of the United States of America) last year.


Q: 힐러리가 대통령이 됐으면 세상은 어떻게 됐을까(가정법구문)

If Hillary Clinton had been elected as a president, What the world would have been like?

is it sound natural? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: If Hillary Clinton had been elected president, what would the world have been like? ✅
Q: "Hillary Clinton is accused of campaigning with painful caution for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.” What's the meaning of"painful caution"?Does it mean it's very cautious? Or the caution makes her feel painful? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: That is an uncommon phrase, but, yes, it would mean "very cautiously."
Q: "well, he's not any better than Hillary Clinton" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Bueno, el no es mejor que Hillary Clinton"


Q: Hillary Clinton is the candidate whom we think will win.
Is it correct if i use whom instead of who. Thank you in advance
A: It's grammatically correct, but "whom" is rarely used outside of formal contexts.
Q: Hillary Clinton said, "Showing up is not all of life, but it counts for a lot."
Could someone help me understand what she meant by this?

A: Making an effort doesn't guarantee success, but before you can achieve success, you must make an effort.
Q: Was Hillary better than him? What would she do to China?
A: I usually go out of my way to avoid political matters, but the consensus is that most of America thinks literally all candidates are trash and I'm just sitting in the back seat like "yeah, so Trump did that, whatever, but how was your day?"
Q: Please tell me what she said at here
Hillary Clinton Makes A Cameo Appearance On "Murphy Brown"
“Could have had” means that you missed the opportunity to have me.
I think this is a tongue-in-cheek remark, where the apparent meaning is that Murphy Brown could have hired her (Hillary), but missed the opportunity, while the real meaning is that the American people were about to have Hillary as president, but missed the opportunity.
Q: "Hillary said out loud, not a question so much as an opening gambit."

I don't understand this sentence.
Could anyone clarify this, or rephrase it in another way?
Thank you.
A: 'not ... so much as ...' just means 'not ... but rather ...'. It's a common expression.