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

The meaning of "Issue" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "bring up an issue" mean?
A: It means "to discuss" or "talk about" a subject/something.
Q: What does we plan to isolate the issue mean?
A: @Ri-na It means to handle an issue on its own.

We say this when one issue is mixed up with others.

We separate the issue so we can resolve it more easily.
Q: What does issue mean?
A: In this sentence it means 'assign' or 'give'
Q: What does You have issues mean?
A: an expression that means
"you are crazy"
Q: What does there is no genuine issue of material fact as to the falsity of the statements mean?
A: There are no real facts that show the statements are false.

Example sentences using "Issue"

Q: Please show me example sentences with issue.
A: I had an issue with my bicycle because the chain broke off. Once the chain was fixed, my issue was resolved.
Q: Please show me example sentences with teething issues.
A: @kunio3992 "We will be implementing a new system this afternoon. We appreciate your patience during this period, as we try to manage any teething issues that may occur."

"I have visited the new restaurant. The food was good but they made many mistakes with our orders. I think they might just be teething issues though, so I would still recommend you to try!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with tackle the issue.
A: This problem is getting worse so we need to tackle the issue.

We need to tackle the issue before it becomes too bad.
Q: Please show me example sentences with issues.
A: Depending on the context of the sentence, the word 'issue' can take on several different meanings. Below I have some sentences demonstrating the different ways 'issue' can be used.
- I have many issues with the new system.
In the sentence above, issue defines as problems. This is the most commonly used definition of issue.
- I would like to discuss the issue of transportation.
Here, issue would mean topic.
- Have you read the latest issue(s) of the magazine?
Less commonly used, issue can mean the supplying or distributing of something (noun).
- Important papers should have been issued to you all yesterday.
In the context above, issue means supplied. It takes on the same definition as the previous example, however, this is used as a verb.
Q: Please show me example sentences with issue.
A: 1.
We must focus on the most urgent issues.

Мы должны сконцентрироваться на самых срочных вопросах.

The issue of climate change concerns all of us.

Проблема изменения климата касается всех нас.

I read about it in the latest issue of the magazine.

Я прочитал об этом в последнем выпуске журнала.

The article concerns several important issues.

Статья затрагивает несколько важных тем.

Synonyms of "Issue" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between issue and matter and problem ?
A: Issue has a mild negative connotation, problem has a strong negative connotation, and matter is neutral (neither positive nor negative) but is usually used to ask politely what is wrong in this context.
Q: What is the difference between issue and question ?
A: I think the confusion comes from the fact that 问题 in Chinese is translated to both "issue" and "question," right? In English, "issue" can have several meanings. One definition is "a topic for discussion." Example: At the meeting, I'd like to address the issue of customer service. The other meaning is "a personal problem or difficulty." Example: I am having issues with my computer. On the other hand, a question is simply a statement that seeks an answer. Example: Could you please answer my question? I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between issue and problem and matter and trouble ?
A: Issue tends to be more negative than problem. If someone were being rude, or annoying you may hear "what's your issue?"

Matter isn't used outside specific phrases very often. "What's the matter" and "That doesn't matter" are the only times I hear it.

Trouble is kind of the same. "You're in trouble" and "Sorry to trouble you" are really the only time I hear it.
Q: What is the difference between I confirmed about this issue. and I have confirmed about this issue. ?
A: It is to do with the conjunction "have". With that conjunction you put the sentence past tense saying you already confirmed the issue before that moment.
Q: What is the difference between "issue" and "problem" and "trouble" ?
A: Problem = an unwelcome or harmful situation or matter. E.g. There's a problem with the machine = something is wrong with the machine.

An issue is still a problem, but it is something with more importance. E.g. Climate change is a current issue.

If you're not talking about an important matter, then sometimes you can use "issue" and "problem" the same way.
E.g. Money is not a problem = money is not an issue. "Issue" here sounds a bit better though.

Trouble = difficulty, or a problem that is as a result of difficulty.
E.g. I had trouble finding the house = I had difficulties in finding the house.
Both these sentences imply that there was a problem with finding the house.

I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any questions :)

Translations of "Issue"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 나는 아직 증명서를 발급하지 않았다.
I didn't issue the certification yet.
is this make sense?
A: yes
you can also say " I haven't issued the certificate yet".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If you encounter any issue, please refer to the local police station.
A: You sound very good!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? issue
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? issue
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? issue
A: problem

Other questions about "Issue"

Q: So, before notifying him about this officially, I told him to resolve the issue. Does this sound natural?
A: "Resolve" is often used with arguments, disputes, complaints, etc.

It means you "solve" misunderstandings, hurt feelings, terms of agreement, etc.

"Solve" is more general. People would know what you meant if you said "solve" in your example. But, they would immediately mentally replace it with the word "resolve."
Q: A sad issue happened in the U.S the other day, and it was informed in Japanese as well. It can not be said it was simply a problem of gun-society in the U.S. Does this sound natural?
A: @ichi031: Try: "A sad incident occurred in the U.S the other day, which was informed in Japan. It can not be said it was simply a problem of the gun-society in the U.S."
Q: If an issue would not be resolved in two weeks, I will escalate this request further. Does this sound natural?
A: It would be more natural if you said "If the issue is not resolved in two weeks, I will escalate this request further"
Q: What does "take issues with" in 224 mean?
A: It means "I have a problem with," "I disagree with," or "I am offended by"
Q: We are trying to tackle this issue. (I know I can use "problem" here, but if i say "issue",does this sound natural?) Thanks Does this sound natural?
A: While its fine, most people use tackle as "tackle a problem."

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