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

The meaning of "Nature" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Nature of Remittance mean?
A: "送金の事由?" Yes, that's right. It means: Why are you sending the money? "Remittance" means: money you send to a different country (海外送金). Nature means: Reason (事由).
Q: What does What is “We Pick Up Where Nature Left Off.
“ mean? mean?
A: In this context, it means they will step in and improve where natural aging/decline has occurred. Perricone MD is saying taking their product will help you to reverse some of the effects caused by nature (natural aging). I hope this helps. 🙏🏽
Q: What does Nature cannot be enslaved without enslaving ourselves. mean?
A: Basically if we're sacrificing nature for our insatiable greed,we're also sacrificing our lives too. For example, people cut down forest recklessly, which will cause landslides (and possibly death too)
Q: What does How would you describe your Child’s Nature? mean?
A: The question is asking how you would describe your childs personality. For example, are they quiet? Are they talkative? Are they shy? Stuff like that.

すみません僕の日本語はまだまだですが、翻訳は”あなたの子供の性質をどう説明しますか?”ぐらいと思います。
Q: What does Nature abhors a vacuum mean?
A: If there's a gap or hole, something will fill it up. It's an English idiom with a philosophical flavor to it but most people use it when things change in their life but revert back to normal. If your noisy neighbor finally moves out and the next day your other neighbor purchases a loud stereo set and blasts music, you might jokingly say, "Well, nature abhors a vacuum!" But there are numerous other ways you can use it. Hopefully some others on here have a good example/definition.

Synonyms of "Nature" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Nature and Mother Nature ?
A: nature refers to the natural environment of plants and animals and their ecosystems. Mother Nature refers more to the concept of weather changes. For instance, if there was a heavy downpour people might say “Mother Nature is angry.”
Q: What is the difference between Nature is a child’s best teacher. and Nature is the best teacher for children. ?
A: Their meanings are alike. However, the first one sounds pretty much idiom-like, while the other is like something you would say conversationally.
Q: What is the difference between Nature is a child’s best teacher. and Nature is the child’s best teacher. ?
A: @swnymmy (a child's) is correct
Q: What is the difference between Nature has different elements and There are different elements in nature ?
A: They are both the same.

Translations of "Nature"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Nature reserve or natural reserve
A: Nature Reserve
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Nature versus nurture
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Nature
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Nature
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Other questions about "Nature"

Q: Nature always, so to speak, knows where and when to stop. Greater than the mystery of natural growth is the mystery of the natural stopping of growth.
Please, teach me last sentence structure or meaning.If you’d like, paraphrase it simply.
Thank you for reading my question!
A: The author is saying they think the natural stopping of growth is more interesting. Inferring that it is normal for things to grow, but why do things stop growing and why do they die That is a greater mystery to them.
Q: Nature in New Zealand is stunning
Nature of New Zealand is stunning

Which sounds more natural?
A:

The

The nature in New Zealand is stunning
The nature of New Zealand is stunning

They both work if you add the definite article
Q: I like nature. That's why I wanna go to an undeveloped country that is full of nature. Nature contains what I like about Nz the most.

Does this sound natural?
A: × That's why I wanna go to an undeveloped country that is full of nature.
✓ That's why I wanna go to a more undeveloped country full of nature.

× Nature contains what I like about Nz the most.
✓ It’s what I like about Nz the most.

the last sentence doesn’t really need the word “nature” anymore because the topic was already mentioned twice in the other two sentences.

assuming you are currently somewhere that has less nature, you can make the second sentence sound more natural by saying “a more undeveloped country” and also removing extra words. hope this helps!
Q: I went to the Nature preservation center, then I took a walk along the mountain road. I would like to try the mountain climbing, but I feel that I 'm out of shape. So, I don't have been tried it. Does this sound natural?
A: × I went to the Nature preservation center, then I took a walk along the mountain road.
✓ I went to the nature preservation center and then took a walk along the mountain road.

× I would like to try the mountain climbing, but I feel that I 'm out of shape.
✓ I would like to try mountain climbing, but I feel like I'm out of shape,

× So, I don't have been tried it.
✓ so I haven't tried it yet.

Q: "Nature will call me soon if I go out in this state." Does this sound natural?
A: Very good. 👍

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