Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Balloon"

The meaning of "Balloon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does if it(balloon) won't float, it will be of no use to us. -the wizard of oz mean?
A: this means if the balloon won’t float, then they don’t need the balloon (because it won’t float). The balloon is not needed by them and has no purpose for them if it doesn’t float.
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Q: What does full balloon grown up mean?
A: You probably mean “full blown grown up”. “Full blown” means complete or fully developed, and of course a “grown up” is an adult, someone who has finished growing up. So as a phrase it means someone who is adult not just in age but also in how they see the world and how they act
Q: What does balloon mean?
Q: What does hang the balloons mean?
A: Hang the balloons = putting balloons up usually to the ceiling.

Synonyms of "Balloon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It doesn't take long for balloons to degrade. and It doesn't take long for balloons to decay. ?
A: Degrade:
treat or regard (someone) with contempt or disrespect.
"she thought that many supposedly erotic pictures degraded women"

Decay:
(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.
"the body had begun to decay"

I think it would be better in this case to use this instead:
(It doesn’t take long for balloons to deflate and collapse)
Q: What is the difference between balloon and Globe ?
A: Balloons
Q: What is the difference between balloons' explosions/ dictionaries' examples and balloons explosions/ dictionaries examples ?
A: Balloons' is more than one balloon, if it has a ' on the end of an "s" then it would be a plural (more than one) otherwise it's just one
Q: What is the difference between The balloon is deflated. and The balloon is deflating. ?
A: First: past tense

Second: present progressive

Translations of "Balloon"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I found a balloon popping game and I had tried it twice.
At first, I burst 4 balloons but in the second I popped 7 so I could get a mini fan.
Are those sentences natural?
A: I found a balloon popping game and I had played it twice.
At first, I burst 4 balloons, but then I popped 7 so I could get a mini fan.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 吹き出し balloon のこの部分
A: Speech balloon "tail"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balloon
A: @ZoOka:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balloon
A: Balloon

Other questions about "Balloon"

Q: You carry on pooping balloons Does this sound natural?
A: × You carry on pooping balloons
✓ You can carry on popping balloons

"pooping" = "똥을 싸다"
Q: ‎ '"꽃 보다 풍선"
(Which means balloons better than flowers)

I'm considering it as new business brand.

The goods are flowers which are in a transparent balloon.

Which one is the best?
1. Balloons over Flowers
2. Balloon over Flower
3. A Balloon over Flowers
4. A ballon over Flowers

And is there any good expression which can substitute 'over'?

Thanks in advance =)
A: You can drop "over", it is still understandable.
Balloon flowers.
Bubble flowers.
Flowering ballons.
Blooming balloons.
You cannot put helium, because it will kill flowers, still:
Floating flowers.
Soaring flowers.
Q: When she broke his precious balloon and he did the same thing to get back at her, I didn't know what to say.
Does this sound natural?
A: When she "popped" his precious balloon and he did the same thing to get back at her, I didn't know what to say.

You can't "break" a balloon. That sounds weird. Other words to use can be "burst", "busted", and "deflated"
Q: I flew a balloon on last weekend.
私はこないだの休みの日に風船をとばした。 Does this sound natural?
A: Hello :)
Just remove the "on" in the sentence, okay?

"I flew a balloon last weekend."
Q: balloon animals or animal balloons?

thank you.
A: Both are fine, but you are more likely to hear balloon animals.

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