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

The meaning of "Girl" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The girl came in, walked over and put her handbag on my table. mean?
A: It means "walk across the room" in this case.

You also walk over the road, or over the fields. It just means across.
Q: What does girls are gross dont do it mean?
A: 女子はキモい、やるな. Sounds like something a little boy would say.
Q: What does I can't blame a girl for liking what I do. mean?
A: You do something, and a girl likes it. You can't say that's bad.
Q: What does In the U.S., more girls than not have already started wearing makeup in high school mean?
A: More girls than not = most girls

It has the same structure as the common phrase "more often than not", which means "usually".

Q: What does That girl is all over you. mean?
A: She likes you a lot and she tries to be very affectionate with you (and it's very obvious)

Example sentences using "Girl"

Q: Please show me example sentences with i have 99% of certain, I'm the girl that try harm me.
A: thanks...
Q: Please show me example sentences with I just want to meet a girl to talk to.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with woo (a girl).
A: I tried my best to woo the pretty girl.

The man tried to woo the woman with his manners.

Your attempts to woo me are not working.
Q: Please show me example sentences with what mean make believe! the girl with the make believe husband.....
A: Make believe is another way to say pretend. It means that something isn't really there; imaginary.

"My imaginary friend keeps me company when I'm alone."

It's often used when talking to young children about their imagination.

"Today, let's make believe being knights in shining armor!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with you go , girl .
A: "You did that? You go, girl!"
"You answered that hard math question? You go, girl!"
It's basically just cheering someone on and showing that you feel proud of them (usually a girl).

Synonyms of "Girl" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between attractive girl and charming girl ?
A: Attractiveness is referred to someone's appearance, an attractive girl means a beautiful girl.
Charming refers to one's pleasant personality, someone who is good in talking etc.
Q: What is the difference between small girl and little girl ?
A: "Little girl" is exclusively referring to a child who is a girl.

"Small girl" can be referring to any young female who is small. It's less natural to say unless you're trying to describe someone.

"That little girl is in preschool."
"She's a small girl with long brown hair."
Q: What is the difference between girl friend and female friend ?
A: There is a big difference haha. Girlfriend is a girl you are dating. female friend means you are JUST friends and have no intention to date or have feelings of (romantic) love for them
Q: What is the difference between I like beautiful girls. and I like girls who are beautiful. ?
A: To me, they are pretty much exactly the same. One does not emphasize more, but I guess the first one could be more "casual" in the sense that it's a shorter statement. If that makes sense. But overall you could use both in the same situation.
Q: What is the difference between I saw a girl scolded by her mom. and I saw a girl being scolded by her mom. ?
A: The first one can mean you saw a girl who was scolded by her mother in the past, so she'd been scolded but you didn't necessarily see it happen, and it could also mean that you did see it happen. The second one explicitly states you saw her while she was getting scolded.

Translations of "Girl"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a girl who is loved by lots of people
A: You could say that the girl is very popular or you could just say the girl is loved by many
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I meet American girl who want to have relationship with Korean guy?
A: "How can I meet an American girl who wants to be in a relationship with a Korean guy?".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hi.I am Chinese girl in Jinan Shandon.i want make friends with a English native speaker.we change language.if u want to learn chinese also can contact me.we can video each other.
A: "Hi. I am a Chinese girl from Jinan Shandon. I want to become friends with a native English speaker so we can exchange languages. If you want to learn Chinese you can contact me. We can also video chat with each other."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beautiful girl
A: Beautiful girl
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you call girl who has sex with another man , but she is your girlfriend ?
A: Well, to be nice about it you'd call her a "two-timer" or "cheater" but if you want to be rude about it you'd call her a "slut"

Other questions about "Girl"

Q: A : Do you know the girl over there?
B : You mean the girl with dog?
A : No, the girl with long blond hair.
B : Sure. She is my sister. Does this sound natural?
A: B : You mean the girl with the dog?

And for the last B, "Sure. She is my sister." would be
"Yes, she is my sister."
Q: 아름다운 그녀를 난 사랑한다.를 영작하면?
I love the beautiful girl
I love the girl who is beautiful.??

But I really want to use HER instead of THE GIRL. So it goes like this.

I love her who is beautiful.

1.But do you guys use like this?
2.Is it right grammatically?
3. Would u correct my second sentence?
I love her...the beautiful one.


I love her...the one who is beautiful.

The context of the the above would be like this...

You and a friend are sitting at the school/work cafeteria. Near you are a group of girls talking to each other. Your friend asks which "which one is the girl you love?". You point to the girl and say "I love her (pause), the one who is beautiful".

So, to say this sentence with "her", you have to be able to point to her/point her out.

It needs a very specific scenario for the sentence to be correct. For example, you can't use "her" if she is absent.

As for "I love the girl who is beautiful". All I can think of is saying "I love the one who is beautiful" for the same cafeteria scenario...whithout pointing.
Q: It's not like that girl knows something. All she does is to meddle where she's not wanted and talk badly about the neighbors' lives. Does this sound natural?
A: It's not like that girl knows anything. All she does is meddle where she's not wanted and talk badly about the neighbours' lives.

"Something" can be used but "anything" sounds more natural.
"to" isn't needed before "meddle".
"Life" should be "lives" since "neighbours'" is a plural.
Q: What's the girl doing?
A: Yes she does
It also looks like their flirting or like each other
Q: What do you say firstly to pick up girls unwell-known in your country.
A: lastly if she accepts she is going to be friends of maybe be in a relationship with you

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