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

The meaning of "Lemon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does what mean -> sexting, lemons when I was not engaged, fwb

mean?
A: Sexting is sexual texting. FWB means "friends with benefits," which is a relationship where two people are not dating but have sexual interactions.
Q: What does sour, is lemon sour? mean?
A: Azedo, o limão está azedo?
Q: What does There's no lemon so sour that you can't make something resembling lemonade mean?
A:
There’s nothing so bad that you can’t fix, make better, or move on.

It’s a quote that helps give comfort to someone feeling down because something bad happened.

It’s like saying, “ even though, this happened, you can always move on, learn from it, fix it, improve it, etc.

If you think about it, lemonade is made from lemons. It doesn’t matter how sour the lemon is, you can always add more sugar or water. It is similar to life, bad things happen but no matter what, life goes on.
Q: What does he was unsticking two lemon drops(British sweet). what does unstick in the sentence mean? mean?
A: In this sentence, "unstick" means to pull apart or separate.

Lemon drops stick together, so it sounds like two of more candies got stuck together, and the person was trying to separate them.
Q: What does lemon mean?
A: レモン🍋

Example sentences using "Lemon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What is the lemon detox deit? Please anyone can give some information .
A: it's diet not deit.
Q: Please show me example sentences with difficult difficult lemon difficult.
A: This is the first time i've heard this.

It's a play on the phrase: "easy peazy lemon squeezy"

Someone thought it would be a funny joke to say "difficult difficult lemon difficult" when talking about something that should have been easy but turned out to be very hard.

I'm pretty sure you will never hear this in a regular conversation. its the kind of thing you send to your friends when texting or making a meme. that's it.

Hope that made a little sense 🙂

Synonyms of "Lemon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lemon and lime ?
A: They are from different species of citrus trees. Lemons are bigger, yellow, and sour. Limes are smaller, green, and a little more bitter.
Q: What is the difference between I don't like lemons, because they taste sour and I don't like lemons. Because they taste sour ?
A: I don't know if this will help but..

"I don't like lemons, because they taste sour." -you are stating the fact that you don't like lemons because they taste sour.

"I don't like lemons." (you are ending this sentence by using period.) "Because they taste sour?" (if you put a question mark it means you're not sure with your statement.)

Q: What is the difference between lemon and lime ?
A: They are different fruits. Lemons are yellow, limes are green.
Q: What is the difference between lemon and lime ?
A: they are two different fruits. a lime is more green while a lemon is more yellow
Q: What is the difference between lemon tea and tea with lemon ?
A: lemon tea: レモン味の紅茶

tea with lemon: tea with an actual lemon in the cup, or a lemon slice on the rim

Translations of "Lemon"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 200g of lemon chicken and 200g of fried rice please.



💜Is this natural??

(at the food court. it costs by pound(?))
A: If the cost is by pound then you should use the word pound (lb). If you are in an American food court, they (most likely) aren't familiar with the metric system, we use the Imperial system. The conversions are different. 1 pound (lb) is about 450 grams (g).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lemon
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lemon tree
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? lemon
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Other questions about "Lemon"

Q: What’s for this lemon?

I’m using it for smoothies. Does this sound natural?
A: What’s this lemon for?

I’m using it for smoothies.
Q: Which is correct?

•Please let me know when you have lemon pie
•Please let me know when you'll have lemon pie
A: "•Please let me know when you'll have lemon pie."
It says that the person will tell you when they WILL have the lemon pie. It
While, "•Please let me know when you have lemon pie."
It says that the person will tell you when they ALREADY have a lemon pie.
Q: I can't stop eating this lemon candies.
I keep eating these lemon candies.
lemon candies are coming into my monuth constiusly. Does this sound natural?
A: I keep eating these these lemon candies. I find myself unable to stop. They keep coming into my mouth repeatedly one after another.
Q: Buy a lemon flavor of ice cream and a cup size of chocolate and mint Does this sound natural?
A: Buy a cup of lemon-flavored ice cream and a cup of chocolate and mint ice cream.
Q: I put lemon on my lunch salad to improve my mood. (Uplift my feeling, refresh my mood) Does this sound natural?
A: @mellowee: I put lemon on my salad at lunch to my improve my mood.

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