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

The meaning of "Peanut" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does we don't pick up peanut shells.

from"The greatest show man"

Is this a saying? mean?
A: It's not a saying.

Hmmm. I don't know these characters.

He says "I live among the swells, we don't pick up peanut shells"

He seems to imply he is well-to-do and his work is not cleaning up after the audience.

Does that fit with the story?
Q: What does peanut shells mean?
A: oh...maybe you can let me know the context? But most of the time "peanuts" just mean like a "small thing" like "my savings are peanuts compared to the millions of dollars that you have"
Q: What does from the peanut gallery mean?
A: when you hear laughter in a TV show, or just about any aweing or anything. the people that do those sound effects are called the peanut gallery
Q: What does peanut heaven mean?
A: @AstridPr "something" heaven means to be surround by something that you love. for example if you like chocolate and you go to a shop that sells chocolate, you can say that you are in chocolate heaven

Synonyms of "Peanut" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between peanut and groundnut ?
A: I believe they are the same thing, but no one I know calls it a groundnut.
Q: What is the difference between peanut and nut ?
A: Peanut is a specific kind of nut, although I think it’s actually a part of the legume family. Nut is a generic term for many different kind of tree seeds.
Q: What is the difference between I like to eat peanut and I Like eating peanut ?
A: you should say "peanuts" (plural) One doesn't eat "peanut"

They mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between I admit to a liking for peanut butter and onion sandwiches. and I admit to liking for peanut butter and onion sandwiches. ?
A: In the second sentence you would not use 'for'. The difference between liking ** and a liking for ** is that the latter puts a tiny bit more emphasis on the liked-ness (warning- that may not be an actual word) instead of the object itself. So the first sentence is telling me "Enjoying those sandwiches is something I know is strange, but I will share this fact anyway" while the second (if you take out for) says "Someone has accused me of having strange tastes and I confess this is true".

Translations of "Peanut"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ピーナツバタートーストを食べました。(I ate peanut butter on bread.)
A: i ate peanut butter toast
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peanut butter in american accent?
A: only in butter. and gently
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peanut
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? peanut
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the peanut butter in peanut and jelly sandwiches is made from real peanuts.如何翻译理解?made from前为什么用is
A: You said it just fine.

Other questions about "Peanut"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce peanut butter.
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Q: Why is it called peanut butter not butter of peanut?
A: Yes, it is odd to say butter of peanut.
English puts the adjective before the noun.
So adjective + noun, not noun + adjective.
It’s just something that is the opposite.
Q: "Is a peanut in the food?" Does this sound natural?
A: "are there peanuts in the food?"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce peanut .
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Q: I want to spread some peanut butter on my bread. Do you have anything to spread?
パンにピーナツバター塗りたいんだけど、何か塗るものない?
Does this sound natural?
A: I'm going to combine your sentences and add a few changes. What you said is okay, it just sounds like your a robot:).

May I have a knife to spread my peanut butter?

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