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

The meaning of "Rebel" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rebels mean?
A: Opposition
Q: What does rebel heart mean?
A: Heart here refers to the person's spirit and personality. Like, who they are deep down. So if a person has a rebel heart, it means that they have rebelliousness in them. Rebelliousness is resisting authority or conformity.
Q: What does "rebel" mean?
A: Rebel means somebody who breaks the rules.
A rebel is usually a young teenager; but can be used for any age.
Q: What does "He just happened to fall in with the newly defeated rebels whom he cut to pieces. " mean?
A: just explain it in simpler english
Q: What does I'm a rebel just for kicks mean?
A: Just for kicks = only for fun
Rebel = rebellious person
I hope a dictionary can help from there

Example sentences using "Rebel"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rebel.
A: When the government imposed more taxes, the people rebelled.

The protesters are rebelling against the new tax law.

Children often rebel against their parents.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rebel.
A: He is a rebel boy
If I were a rebel I would dare to do wild things

Synonyms of "Rebel" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rebel and protester ?
A: Okay, disregard my first comment. It was a poor attempt at a joke.

The difference is that a rebel is someone who opposes an established authority or leader. This usually becomes violent as rebels can take up arms and use weapons.

A protestor is someone who publicly shows opposition towards something. It could literally be anything. This includes a lot of things, it could be the government, school, store, etc.

So the main difference I can point out is the use of violence. During rebellions, violence is guaranteed, while in protests it is much less so. But then if protests get out of hand, it's often called a riot.
Q: What is the difference between rebel and revolt and mutiny ?
A:
rebel- rise in opposition
revolt- take violent action against government
mutiny- refuse to obey orders of authority
Q: What is the difference between rebel and protest and resist ?
A: A) She rebelled against her parents
B) She protested against animal cruelty
C) She resisted eating chocolates (maybe she’s on a diet)

A) To go against something/someone
B) To show disagreement (verbal/non-verbal)
C) To physically/emotionally stop something
Q: What is the difference between rebel and rebellious ?
A: Rebel can either be a noun or a verb - example (noun): "I'm a rebel" -example (verb): "We will rebel against them at midnight"

Rebellious is an adjective - example: "She is so rebellious and cool"
Q: What is the difference between rebel forces and rebel force ?
A: Rebel forces: More than one (plural)
Rebel force: Just one (singular)

Translations of "Rebel"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he only did this because he wanted to rebel the outer world
A: "he only did this because he wanted to rebel" is already good and clear enough I think.

If you do want to add "the outer world", you can use "against".

He wanted to revel against the outer world. (I am not sure if this is the meaning you wanted, let me know!)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rebel
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rebel

Other questions about "Rebel"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce "to rebel against something" .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce The rebels ousted the dictator. The dictator was ousted by the rebels..
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Q: It is unknown whether it was the rebels that fomented the political unrest. Does this sound natural?
A: I might substitute ‘if’ for ‘whether’ because I feel like whether implies a choice. Like: ‘...whether it was the rebels or the fascists...’

If I said it with the word ‘if’ it would imply a singular unknown regarding the rebels guilt in the matter.

My interpretation may be technically wrong and I bet your passage is grammatically correct, so take my point with a grain of salt. Others here may have more insight.
Q: I don’t see organic rebels on my materials so they aren’t probably organic unfortunately.
Does this sound natural?
A: labels, not rebels.
Q: They conspired to rebel the king. Does this sound natural?
A: The sentence meaning is fine, but if you can, try “They conspired to rebel against / overthrow the King.”

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