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

The meaning of "Coil" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does coils mean?
A: A long, flexible thing stacked in loops
Q: What does coils mean?
A: Coils: twisted, spiraling wiring made of metal such as gold, silver, copper or other material like rope
Q: What does coil count mean?
A: I think this refers to the number of springs in a mattress.
Q: What does coil mean?

Example sentences using "Coil"

Q: Please show me example sentences with coil.
A: She wore her hair in a neat coil.
There is a fly on her loose coil of hair.
Tod shook his head angrily and slung the coil of rope over his shoulder.
In summer, they usually burn some coil incense to keep away the mosquitoes.
He turned off the water and began to coil the hose.
The smoke of an incense coil wisped at the corner of the bedroom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with coil around.
A: The ring coils around my finger.

The snake coiled around his prey.

The person froze as he felt the snake coil itself around his leg.

By saying "coiled around" it means to wrap or twist around something.

Synonyms of "Coil" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between coil and loop ?
A: Coil tends to be a lot of loops together. So you could have a rope or wire with one round loop, or the whole thing could be wound into multiple loops (or a coil)
Q: What is the difference between coil and circle and loop ?
A: @lilily:
a coil is like a spring or a snake can coil it's self.
a circle is a round shape like a ball ⚽, pipe, top of a glass cup, bottom or top of a tin.
a loop can be nearly shape as long as it ends were it starts, one lap around Australia would be a loop.

Other questions about "Coil"

Q: Your coils has been arrived at my sister’s place. Could you go to pick it up when you come home? Does this sound natural?
A: Your coils arrived at my sister's place. Could you go pick them up _________________.

I left the last part blank because I'm not sure what you mean.

Do you want them to go after they arrive home? Or after leaving work, but before they get home?

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