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

The meaning of "Melting" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "melting pot" mean?
A: This expression is often used when describing the United States. It means that people are like ingredients and the USA is the pot... people from many different countries, cultural and religious backgrounds come together to form the country that is the US.
Q: What does "We are the melting pot and it shows very much so in the UK" mean?
A: melting pot = donde mezclan/unen muchas culturas

"We are the melting pot" implica que hay muselmanos, asiaticos, estadounidenses, hombres, mujeres etc. Tipícamente con un pais o una ciudad.
Q: What does melting pot mean?
A: It's an expression used to describe the multitude of cultures that exist in the U.S.
Q: What does melting pot mean?
A: A pot in which things are melted. Metaphorically, it's often used to describe a mixing of things from various sources (culture, fashion, genres, etc) -- e.g. "a cultural melting pot"; a lot of different cultures mingling in one place.

Example sentences using "Melting"

Q: Please show me example sentences with melting pot.
A: America is a melting pot of different languages and cultures.

Colleges and universities are a melting pot because they contain many groups, beliefs, and varieties of knowledge.
Q: Please show me example sentences with “slush”(as in melting snow).
A: the washing machine made a slush sound

Synonyms of "Melting" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between melting and defrost ?
A: Melting is the slow and continuous change of matter. Defrost just means to no longer be frozen.

Translations of "Melting"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? melting pot
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Other questions about "Melting"

Q: Q.The melting point is the temperature ( ) which a substance changes its state from solid to liquid.

why this answer is at?
A: A substance changes state *at* this temperature.

"temperature" is not the subject nor the object of "change", so you can't put "that" or "which" directly after "temperature".

"temperature" is the object of "at" (if you choose to use "at"), which is why we use "at which".
Q: “Unfortunately, melting ice has a difficult situation for polar bears to move around and find food.” Does this sound natural?
A: × “Unfortunately, melting ice has a difficult situation for polar bears to move around and find food.”
✓ “Unfortunately, (the) melting ice has made it difficult for polar bears to move around and find food.”

Q: what is wrong? "melting ice" or " ice melting"

A: adj comes before the noun so "melting ice" is correct..
"ice melting" is wrong but you can change it to a sentence and say "the ice is melting"
Q: you're a melting voice
what does that mean
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Q: That's a melting pot,Canada! Does this sound natural?
A: If you're saying Canada is a melting pot then it would be, "Canada is a melting pot!"

The way you used it sounds like you're talking to someone named Canada.

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