Q: что означают эти слова "probably" и "definitely"? とはどういう意味ですか?
Probably means something like "maybe"

Definitely means something like "absolutely"
Q: i probably weight 100 and 55 pound and im five six とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'm 70.3 kg and 170 cm
Q: probably とはどういう意味ですか?
A: probably is the same with "maybe"
Q: probably とはどういう意味ですか?
A: शायद
Q: You probably won't. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Q: Does he mean the woman will probably find her way to meet his girlfriend instead of waiting to be introduced?
A: Since he said "you probably won't( meet her)", he means "at any time, even by yourself", so I would say no.

Q: (Does it mean )[h]e doesn't think the relationship will last long enough to be able to introduce to the woman?
A: Without more context I can't tell you for certain, but it's either that (maybe he just wants to have a one-night stand or something) or he doesn't want his friend to meet her (he may be concerned that his new girlfriend may be put off by how weird his friend is or something) or something along those lines.

If I had to guess from just this exchange I would say that it sounds more like the man is just planning on having a short relationship with the woman, like a one-night stand or a short fling, but isn't serious about having a real relationship long enough for his friend to meet her.


Q: probably を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "If you take one more step,you probably fall into this cliff

Your grades are probably better than my grades

This tomatoes are probably rotten

Q: probably を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It is probably going to rain.
I will probably leave tomorrow.
She will probably not finish her homework.
Q: probably を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm probably going shopping tomorrow
I'm probably going to study after that and that's probably a lie 😂
Q: probably を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It's probably going to rain tomorrow.
The package is probably going to arrive tomorrow.
I'll probably go see a movie tonight.
She probably forgot we had a meeting today.
I'm not sure, but you're probably right.

A: "Are you going to read this book?"
B: "No, probably not."


Q: probably と perhaps はどう違いますか?
A: 'probably' is more definite than 'perhaps'... perhaps is more like 'maybe'.
Q: probably と maybe はどう違いますか?
A: Maybe – uncertain or not sure
"Maybe we will see you at the party."

Probably – there is a good chance of something happening
"It is probably going to rain on Saturday."
Q: probably と maybe はどう違いますか?
A: Probably – means that there is a good chance of something happening (70% – 95% chance).

Perhaps/Maybe – is used when something or someone is uncertain or not sure (40% - 60% chance)

There is really no different between perhaps & maybe, both words can be used interchangeably.

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Q: "probably" と "maybe" はどう違いますか?
A: "Probably" means that there is a high likelihood/chance that something will happen (but you are not 100% sure that it will). For example "If I am not busy, I will probably go to the party tonight" "I have all of the ingredients so I will probably make curry for dinner tonight." "Wow there are a lot of clouds today. It will probably rain."

"Maybe" is similar to the word "might" or "may". It is when you are not sure if something will or will not happen. For example "Maybe my friend will come to my party, but I am not sure". "It might get cold later tonight. Maybe I should bring a jacket?"

"Maybe" can also be used to ask a question that you're not sure about.
Person 1: "I don't feel very well, maybe I am getting sick?"
Person 2: "Amy recently had the flu, you probably caught it from her!"
Person 1: "I probably did! I have been spending a lot of time with her recently"
Person 2: "Or maybe it's just allergies?"
Q: probably と maybe はどう違いますか?
A: "I will probably go to the store." "It may be an option for me to go to the store." "I told her 'maybe' when she asked if I would go to the store."


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Q: although i probably have no chance to go after you, but still would like to tell you that you're an unique girl who made my heart be melted この表現は自然ですか?
A: "Although I may have no business going after someone like you, I cannot hold in these surging emotions inside of me any longer - you're the one and only girl who made my withering heart melt"
If you were to go full poetic it'd sound something like this.
If I was to just fix up the original sentence( assuming the context to be 2 high school something or something along those lines):
"Although I may be out of your league with no real chance at making this work, I'd still like you to know that you were the one who melted my heart"
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