Q: noble とはどういう意味ですか?
A: to be brave, with fine personal qualities
Q: How noble of you! とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Noble means having high morals, acting in a highly moral way.
"How noble of you" means "You acted in a very noble way".
It can be a compliment, but it is often used sarcastically.
If someone does some simple, easy little task, but thinks that they did something important (when it wasn't), you can sarcastically say "How noble of you".
"I turned down the job offer because I think that company damages the environment." - "How noble of you" (Response in non-sarcastic way)
"My parents told me I have to spend more time with my baby sister, so I guess I will take her kite-flying this afternoon." "How noble of you". (response in a sarcastic way because you are doing something you should do anyway [spend time with your sister] and your parents are making you do it). You are doing a nice thing, but you can't be called noble because you don't really want to do it. So you are sarcastically called noble.
Q: noble とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Noble can be either a noun or an adjective.

Noble (noun) = a person from a high class or royalty
Example: The nobles owned most of the land and leased it to tenet farmers.

Noble (adjective) = describing that someone belongs to a high class; or it can mean that someone/something has good morals/ideals.
Examples: 1) He is from a noble family. 2) The scientists working to cure cancer are working on a noble cause.


Q: noble を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You can't become a king if you aren't a noble! [noun]

She's of noble descent. [adjective]
Giving so much to so many charities is such a noble act. [adjective]
Helium is a noble gas. [adjective]
Having noble ideals isn't always good for you. [adjective]


Q: noble と royal はどう違いますか?
A: tesekkur ederim
Q: They may have assigned to nobles と They may have been assigned to nobles はどう違いますか?
A: The second one is correct and the first is not!
Q: They may have assigned to nobles と They may have been assigned to nobles はどう違いますか?
A: "have been" indicates the passive voice, meaning the subject of the sentence is really the object.

So, for example, if a king possibly assigned land to nobles, the king may have assigned land to nobles, and land may have been assigned to nobles by the king.
Q: noble と nobility はどう違いますか?
A: Nobility are those who are of high ranking in a society, but do not necessarily mean royal. Noble is the person who is a part of the nobility. Also it can be used to describe the character of high moral values, which is assumed to be common in those of the nobility.


Q: noble は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: noble は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: The nobles all fled with the slaves, and the only witness to this entire procession of events was Petunia. He was the last loose end, so to speak.
What's the meaning of “loose end” and “so to speak”?
A: This is just full of non-literal idioms, which are always fun.

Loose end (definition #2):

So to speak:

Combined, they mean that only Petunia could say what happened and it implies that he would need to be silenced to keep what happened a secret. Because we always want to tie up loose ends.

Tie up loose ends:

Are there similar idioms in French?
Q: nobleの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: 昔のフランス人の貴族は用を足した後は、香水で匂いをごまかしていた
French nobles used to cover their bad smells by using perfume after they finished what they needed to do.
(用を足す=I wrote 'They finished what they needed to do'. Was it correct? to need to do here means to pee and poop around)
(匂いをごまかす= I wrote 'cover their smell. Was it correct? I mean they tried to change the bad smell to good one by using perfume)
A: It sounds mostly ok.
I would say "to cover the smell" - it doesn't sound so personal or unpleasant that way.