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

The meaning of "Glasses" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does How many glasses does that make? mean?
A:

Glasses = drinking glass/drinking container. Counting the number of glasses.

It's like asking how many drinks have you had. Or, how many cups do you have?
Q: What does Get a new glasses mean?
A: If you meant it as spectacles, then it means that the person is going to purchase a new one.
Q: What does "She looked at him over the top of her glasses." mean?
A: It's when someone gives you this look. Which, depending on the context or body language can mean many different things and can express many different emotions.
Q: What does "I went to have my glasses fitted" no entiendo bien la frase se que es "fui que me ajustarán los lentes" pero no entiendo como se usa la frase mean?
A: "have my fitted" / "get my fitted" = se usa con articulos de ropa y accesorios.

fitted= tallar, ajustar, modificar, probar...
Q: What does I'd rather wear glasses than contact ( what do glasses and contact mean?) mean?
A: contacts 是接觸

Example sentences using "Glasses"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Shit-colored glasses.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm wearing glasses or I've got glasses.
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Synonyms of "Glasses" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The glasses (which are) shining on the table are mine. and The shining glasses on the table are mine. ?
A: There is no difference. Though people prefer to say the first way
Q: What is the difference between glasses and prescription glasses ?
A: "prescription glasses" sounds a bit strange to me, not something I would hear often. I think I'd only hear that in a situation where someone wanted to emphasize and make it clear the glasses are not only for looks/style. I think 99% of the time, in everyday conversations, people just say glasses, just my opinion though.
Q: What is the difference between Shall I buy some glasses? and Should I buy some glasses? ?
A: Those sentences both mean the same things, but using "shall" is more formal, and it sounds unnatural.
It sounds much more natural to use "Should I buy some glasses?". ^^
Q: What is the difference between I mightn’t have recognized you with those new glasses and I mayn’t have recognized you with those new glasses ?
A: mightn't and mayn't are not words in English. Use might've. It will make it sound natural
Q: What is the difference between They are glasses and These are glasses ?
A: I would say "they are" could be used to talk about some glasses that are near, far, on the internet, anywhere...
"These are glasses" are referring to glasses nearby.

Translations of "Glasses"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whose glasses is this?
A: "Whose glasses are these?" usually means, "Whose pair of glasses is this? / Whose is this pair of glasses?"....
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? These are shot glasses which my kids and I got when we traveled to America. Some were just from transfer at the airport. We celebrate our birthday or something with them as making a toss. They reminds us our travel. I’ll keep collecting. ✳︎Please correct🙏
A:
These are shot glasses which my kids and I collected when we traveled to America. Some we just bought at the airport when we had to transfer planes. We celebrate our birthdays or special occasions by tossing them. They remind us of our travels. I’m going to continue collecting them.😊

This is so cool! You’ve been to a bunch of states!😃
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 请问where are my glasses?和where is my glasses?有什么区别?回答什么时候用they’re 什么时候用it’s?
A: Where are my glasses是对的因为glasses(不管是玻璃杯的复数还是眼镜,正常情况下都用are)。
回答用is还是are那就要根据对方问你的问题去决定了。如果问题是”Where are my glasses” 那你就回复They’re... 或者单数的话可以说”A pair of glasses”但是回答都用They’re
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He is wearing glasses.
He wears glasses.
A: they are both correct. You might say “He is wearing glasses,” to describe someone who in the moment is wearing glasses.

You might say, “He wears glasses,” to give a description of a person to someone else.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ふちの太いメガネ

glasses with a thick frame?
A: Yeah that or “thick frame glasses”.

Is it common to use “ふち” instead of “フレーム”?

Other questions about "Glasses"

Q: I separate both glasses and contact lenses l use depending on the day. Does this sound natural?
A: Maybe you mean: 'I use either glasses or contacts depending on the day.'
Q: When I'm wearing my new glasses, I feel pain around my left ear, so I switched them to old ones. Does this sound natural?
A: so I switched back to my old ones
Q: I´m wearing my dark glasses beacause the sun is so _________.

a) light
b) heavy
c) bright
d) big

Note: explain your answ if you can.
A: People wear dark glasses (or sunglasses) because the sun is really bright.

The sun is so light doesn't make sense

The sun is so heavy doesn't explain why you would wear dark glasses

The sun is so big doesn't explain why you would wear dark glasses either
Q: When I wear glasses, I get a pain on my nose which nose pad touch my nose on. Does this sound natural?
A: You should say:
When I wear my glasses my nose hurts because the nose pad touches my nose.
Q: Why should I say "heavy black glasses" instead of "black heavy glasses"?
A: Basically adjectives are ordered according to: Opinion, Size, Age, Shape, Color, Origin, Material, Purpose.

Hope this somehow helped. ^^

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