Q: motto?! とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Motto is a short sentence or phrase that expresses the beliefs or ideals of an individual, family, or an institution.
Q: "my motto is, if you can't throw it down the stairs, it's not worth having" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means, if you can't let go of an item, it isn't worth having.
Q: motto to love run とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It doesn't make sense. Is there more context?
Q: These common mottos lead us to believe that becoming rich is a luxury reserved for the privileged few. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A "motto" is a common phrase or way of thinking that people live by. So this is saying that the "motto" makes people believe that only a few people can become rich, and that's it's not something anyone can do.
Q: motto とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A motto is short phrase meant to express values, inspire, or inform others.

The boy scouts' motto is "be prepared."

My motto in life is "to life every day to the fullest."


Q: motto を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "His motto is 'Shoot first, ask questions later'"

"The United States motto is 'E Plurbius Unum', meaning 'From Many, One'"

"Google's motto used to be 'Don't be evil'. Now, it's 'Do the right thing'"
Q: motto を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Yolo = you only live once is my new motto!


Q: motto と creed はどう違いますか?
A: A motto is a brief statement that summarizes the purpose or beliefs of a family, organization, or individual. A motto is not just a quote that you believe in, though – it's an official statement like a logo or mission statement that summarizes the character of the person or group.

Q: motto と watchword と catchword はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing.
Q: motto と call と time と challenge はどう違いますか?
A: Motto is a short phrase that summarises the beliefs of someone
Call is
1) using phone to talk to someone
2)to give someone or something a name
3) if it's verb then it means consider someone or something to be/ say smth in loud voice
Time is part of existence that is measured in minutes, days etc
Challenge is is a kind of situation that requires physical or mental effort in order to be completed
Q: motto と slogan はどう違いますか?
A: Slogans tend to be for companies, ex Coca Cola's slogan is Open Happiness. Mottos are normally for families, or clans, or can be personal, ex: My family's motto is Ne Parcas Nec Spernas (Neither spare nor dispose.)
Q: motto と maxim と idiom はどう違いますか?
A: A motto is usually pretty old, and kind of like the founding principle of an establishment?
Sometimes it's in Latin. A maxim is kind of a cliche.
And an idiom is a regional expression.

Motto: Mortui viventes docent
Maxim: bad cases make bad law
Idiom: it's raining cats and dogs.

Does this help?


Q: What is it a motto ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: ภาษิต
Q: motto は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?


Q: One of my mottos is giving back for others as I get something for almost nothing この表現は自然ですか?
A: × One of my mottos is giving back for others as I get something for almost nothing
✓ One of my mottos is giving back to others as I get something for almost nothing

Q: "I don’t have any personal mottoes, but I sometimes remember this phrase.
If I remember right, it is ‘Pessimism of the intellect, Optimism of the will.’" この表現は自然ですか?
A: what I do, because I don't like to use ' ', is like this:
"Einstein once said "Everything is relative" and I agree with him."
"No, he didn't. He said that time is relative, nothing else."
The first one is a direct quotation, when you copy exactly what someone said and then you need quotation marks. The second one, which I prefer and is also the only one I use, is an indirect quotation, when you say what they said, but not with the same words, this way it's easier to not make mistakes and change the wording to suit your intent, here you don't need quotation marks.
Q: I saw a motto of a coffee house saying "It's not the coffee. It's the people." Here, why do you put the definite article the in front of coffee and people?
A: The statement is sort of implied. You could perhaps say "It isn't the coffee that we make that we are about rather the people that we serve"
(because they are talking about THEIR coffee and THEIR people (customers) rather than coffee in general and people in general)
Q: What is your slogan/ motto while living your life? この表現は自然ですか?
A: The common way to say it is, "What is your motto/life motto? "
Q: Please tell me your motto.

For example,
There is always light behind the clouds.

I'm going to give some good meaning phrase to my friends who graduate university.
A: (If you're feeling sad about something) "This too shall pass"
(Things will always get better)