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

The meaning of "Grape" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Sour grapes" is such an intersting idiom, but I can't fully comprehend it. Could you please explain?
I would appreciate it so much:) mean?
A: Привет, Влад! The origins of this saying are from one of Aesop’s Fables, “The Fox and the Grapes.”

Out of the Cambridge Dictionary:

“If you describe someone's behavior or opinion as sour grapes, you mean that that person is angry because they have not gotten or achieved something that they wanted.”

Ex: “Are his criticisms justified, or is this a case of sour grapes from a less successful artist?”

Here’s a link:

https://vinepair.com/articles/term-sour-grapes-come/

Я надеюсь, что это было полезно. 😊
(это правильно написано?)
Q: What does They are just sour grapes mean?
A: I'm assuming the context is in relation to other people.
It means they're just jealous, resentful, spiteful, or irritated.
Q: What does grape mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does grapes - mean?
A: it's a fruit 🍇
Q: What does what did the grape say when he got stepped on? He let out a little wine. mean?
A: thank you :)
English joke is difficult to understand :(

Example sentences using "Grape"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Sour grapes .
A: @EricJuni
The expression is used a criticism of which one could not have.

“The school teachers dismissed the complaints as sour grapes

“He always mocks superhero movies for being impossible, but that’s just sour grapes if you ask me”

“ I don’t think it was a good job, and that’s not just sour grapes but because I didn’t get it”
Q: Please show me example sentences with did you eat grapes?
did you eat pineapple?.
A: I would say "did you eat an apple?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with grape.
A: “ the grape is my favorite fruit. “

Synonyms of "Grape" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "Can you get the grapes from the kitchen?" and "Can you bring the grapes from the kitchen?" ?
A: Get es más natural a menos que vas a traer las uvas a algún otro lugar.

Can you get the grapes from the kitchen? (Puedes traer las uvas de la cocina (hacia aquí, ahora)?)

-What do we need for our picnic?
-Can you bring the grapes from the kitchen?
(-Qué necesitamos para nuestro picnic?
-¿Puedes traer las uvas de la cocina (al picnic, cuando vayamos)?)
Q: What is the difference between white grapes and green grapes? when I googled them, they look exactly the same but why they have two name? ?
A: They are the same. When green grapes are juiced it's called "white grape juice" to distinguish it from purple grape juice.
Q: What is the difference between i have drunk the grape juice and i have been drunk the grape juice ?
A: Dear Canice,

I have drunk the grape juice is correct and it means you drank it. The time of the action is not important.

But I have been drunk the grape juice it's incorrect because "I have been" with the verb drink becomes "I have been drinking the grape juice". The action is continuous and it may sound that the juice is not finished yet.

"I have been drunk" by itself can also mean "you have been drinking a lot"😉

I hope my explanation helps you!
Q: What is the difference between green grape and white grape ?
A: In the store you can buy "white grape juice", which is made from green grapes. If you buy "grape juice" it will be purple and is made from purple grapes.
Q: What is the difference between grape and grapes ?
A: “My favourite fruit is grapes” sounds more natural. It's confusing because it sounds plural but 'grapes' is one type of fruit so it's singular.

Translations of "Grape"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How is it right: it's grapes or they are grapes?
A:

It is a grape – one single grape

They are grapes – multiple grapes

Is – singular form
Are – multiple form
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what should I call this....? its from grape...
A: It's a grape stem.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grape
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grapes
A: I hope this helps 🤗
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? grape me a beer
A: It should be expressed as 'grab me a beer' meaning to give the person a beer.

Other questions about "Grape"

Q: s there any grapes at home? Could you wash them? Does this sound natural?
A: Are there any grapes at home?
Q: grape Does this sound natural?
A: Tente pronunciar o "g" mais fortemente
Q: grape Does this sound natural?
Q: I want to eat some grape or some grapes. What way is true?
A: I want to eat some grapes
Q: What does go through the grape vines mean?
A: "To hear something through the grapevine. is to learn of something informally and unofficially by means of gossip and rumor. The usual implication is that the information was passed person to person by word of mouth, perhaps in a confidential manner among friends or colleagues."

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grapevine_%28gossip%29

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