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

The meaning of "Boundary" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you exceeded your boundaries mean?
A: Hello! it is usually just a saying meaning U have met a point you're not aloud to pass.
Q: What does go up to boundary mean?
A: It could be the state border, or the boundary of a private property where hunting is not allowed.
Q: What does What does "boundary"mean in the following sentense? Educating people about 3D printing has really been our boundary. mean?
A: Boundary means limit or parameter.
The only thing we do (the only thing in which we specialize) is educating people about 3D printing.
Q: What does We extend far beyond any boundary line which we can set for ourselves in the past or the future. mean?
A: Well, in relation to autobiography, I can see a couple of interpretations:

1. People are bigger than the boundaries of themselves they see. That is, when you try to describe yourself, you don't even realize the full extent of everything about you.

2. People's potential can make them grow to surpass any goals they may set for themselves.

I'm sure other interpretations are also possible.
Q: What does boundaries and consequences mean?
A: Sounds like parenting language.
In this context, boundaries are like rules and limitations. A physical boundary is like a border. (This word gets used in a lot of contexts though).
Consequences are like the punishment you dole out when those boundaries are violated. Consequence, basically just means result. When someone you know behaves recklessly or without regard for others, you might urge them to think about the "consequences of their actions."

Example sentences using "Boundary"

Q: Please show me example sentences with boundary .
A: - Please, respect my boundaries.

- It is important in every relationship to set boundaries.

- This river marks the boundaries between two countries. boundary.
Q: Please show me example sentences with boundary.
A: “please respect my boundaries

“The boundaries of this game is from the tree to the lake”

Q: Please show me example sentences with boundaries .
A: thank you so much, perfect explanation, penny was dropped. Can I ask you why in England is not ok to touch people, I really like this rule, but I was just wondering what’s the idea behind it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bound and boundary.
A: 1. The rope was bound around my neck.

2.I was bound to the bank with the contract.

1. The English channel represents the costal boundary between England and France.

2. The baseball was hot outside the boundry of the baseball field and scored a home run.

Synonyms of "Boundary" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "boundary" and "border" and "frontier" ?
A: (Boundary)
Think of boundary as a literal and metaphorical line that divides different areas, subjects, and activities.
- The boundary between France and Spain follows the peaks of Pyrenees mountains.
- Setting boundaries let’s your partner know what to expect in a relationship.

A political boundary,
- The Canadian-United States border is a terrestrial boundary.

a physical band or strip of sth around an object for decoration,
- A white border around a photograph. - The garden borders are planted with roses.

or even a verb.
- The regions bordering Brazil.
- This outdoor pool is bordered by palm trees.

Think of frontier as if you are within an area itself. It is the limit, edge, or even a border.
- The success of science is extending the frontiers of knowledge. (Limit)
- France’s frontier with Belgium. (Border)

You can also read more about “American frontier” which is a different usage of the word itself.
Q: What is the difference between boundary and border ?
A: boundary is also used in more hypothetical contexts (for ex “the boundary between reality and illusion” “I have certain boundaries that I am trying to overcome”),while border only makes u think of something physical,like an actual country’s border,or a visible border drawn on the margin of a paper
Q: What is the difference between boundary and frontier and border ?
A: boundary is any separation between any two regions, or more abstractly, things/ideas. Frontier refers to a boundary where one side is unknown/unexplored. Border literally refers to the boundary of a nation's land claiming but can also mean being close to.

"The fence is a boundary between the park and the sidewalk"
"I am living in a delicate boundary between two worlds."

"People often call space the final frontier, but that's giving too much credit to our understanding of everything else."
"My research will be helping to push forward the frontier of scientific discovery."

"I passed the border with surprising ease considering current events."
"My outfit borders looking stupid, but I like it"

Hope this helps !
Q: What is the difference between boundary and border and frontier ?
A: Boundary- Don't Cross. So like North Korea/South Korea Border.

Border - Seperates two things "Border between Canada and USA"

Frontier- New land or new thing. "Game of thrones is the new frontier for television"
Q: What is the difference between boundary and border ?
A: I agree with trinrin. A border is a specific type of boundary. Border can also be used as a verb.

Translations of "Boundary"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? remove boundary
A: in the case of parking lot lines you wouldn’t use boundary in typical everyday language.

Though I suppose you could say, “let’s remove the boundary lines of these parking spaces.” It would be more common to simply say, “let’s remove these parking space lines.”

Boundary would be more commonly used in the context of dividing an area or state or country. Think boundary lines on a map. “It’s time we remove the boundary separating Mexico and the US and allow the freedom of movement between both countries.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? boundaries
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? boundary
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? boundary
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Other questions about "Boundary"

Q: Some boundaries are not meant to be crossd Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds great! You want to write “crossed” instead of “crossd” though. :)
Q: He has pushed the boundaries of jealousy Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds a bit poetic!
Q: The boundary is vague between my work and personal life. Does this sound natural?
A: The only thing I would really correct is to put "is vague" at the end of the sentence. So then it reads, "The boundary between my work and personal life is vague.".

Except for that little thing, it's perfect! 👍🏻
Q: We should push the boundaries with no limitations. Most of time, we set boundaries around us by ourselves and we decide limitations without noticing. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds great! The only change I would suggest is instead of "we set boundaries around us" I would just say, "we set boundaries" This is because without further explanation it seems random and unnecessary. In terms and fluency, it sounds perfect!
Q: ”The vague boundary between the dream and the reality became thicker.

Even so, the dream I once told you had no single lie. ”

Does this sound natural?
A: Even so, the dream I once told you was all true.

It would sound natural if it was a sentence in a book or movie. It would sound abnormal in everyday conversation.

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