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

The meaning of "Trail" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does trail mean?
A: A trail can have two meanings.

1) a series of marks left by someone/something as they make their way along the ground. It could be footprints or droppings.
e.g. “I found a trail of rabbit droppings in the woods.”

2) a woodland path
e.g. “I walked along the trail in the woods to find the abandoned house.

Hope this helps :)
Q: What does to trail behind mean?
A: It’s to walk or move slowly as you follow behind (someone or something)
Q: What does free trail offer mean?
A: A free trial offer is like in Romanian: testare gratuită, perioada gratuită
Q: What does trailed off mean?
A: Slowly stop talking
Q: What does “skid trails and landings” in 215 mean?
A: skid trails = temporary, un-paved paths through a forest that are used to transport trees that have been cut down for their wood
(log) landings = a clearing in the forest where cut-down trees are sorted and stored before being hauled away to be turned into wood

Example sentences using "Trail"

Q: Please show me example sentences with trail off.
A: Trail off isn't really used in day-to-day conversation. It's mostly used in writing.

"We went to the mall and ate some..." she trailed off, her attention grabbed by the tasty-looking pie that was placed on the table.

He started to explain his job, but trailed off, realizing that the children weren't paying attention.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trail off .
A:

“Trail off” is an idiomatic expression usually referring to someone speaking, roughly equivalent to “fade away”.

Example:
John began telling a story, but trailed off as the audience left the auditorium.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trail.
A: thank you!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with trail.
A: She left a trail of clues.
The couple walked through the trail.
The basketball player trailed behind the other players.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trail.
A: He walked along the trail.
Dirt and rocks filled the trail.

Synonyms of "Trail" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trail and trace and track and footprint ?
A: Track - can be any animal's print

Footprints can only be human

A trace of something would be a very small amount

a trail of something would lead some where

The hunter left his footprints hunting deer. He was using the animal's tracks to find them.

The was a trail of broken branches leading the way and a trace of fur confirming it is definitely deer.

Hope that helps!
Q: What is the difference between trail and footpath ?
A: Trail is rugged unlike footpath has neat and clean tile,also trail is like "a hint",can be more versatile than footpath.

While as footpath is just simply a place to let you stand on. Usually appear in the Park and aside the road.
Q: What is the difference between trail and track ?
A: They are both things that we walk/run on....BUT trails are out in the forest and in nature, while tracks are in the city (like a running track at a school or gym)

Translations of "Trail"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? blank trail ke samay m kuchh chije kharab pai
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trail goes cold
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Other questions about "Trail"

Q: Walking trails are along both side of the river.
The north side of the river is better to walk down to the riverbed and to feel more natural atmosphere such as cherry blossoms in Spring.
Does this sound natural?
A: Walking paths are along both sides of the river. The north side of the river is better for walking down to the riverbed and feel more natural atmosphere from things from nature such as cherry blossoms during the Spring.
あれも悪くはないんですが、これがもうちょっと自然だと思います。^^
Q: trail, track, trace...😵
Help meeee
A: Trail can either mean a path or to follow behind somebody. You can see who you're following usually.

Track is when you're usually looking for an animal or a person and are using the things they leave behind as clues for finding them. Track can also be used as in " stay on track" which is an expression meaning to get back to what you are supposed to be doing.

Trace is when you find an object and try and find who owns it or is responsible. Example: "We need to trace the shoe back to its owner" or "we need to trace this bullet back to a gun and it's owner"
Q: About trekking: I would like you to change this to more natural English please
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Because the trail to the waterfall is a little steep, it is good idea to ask the lodge to keep your backpack for a while when you check out. After coming back from the waterfall, you will get the backpack and continue trekking. Does this sound natural?
A: The trail to the waterfall is a little steep, so i would suggest when check out, ask the lodge to keep your backpack there for awhile,
so when you return back from the waterfall to collect your belongings you won't feel so tired.
Q: When I face a trail, if I think it is an opportunity to trust in him completely, and to see in my own life how he cares for me, then our relationship with him will become stronger. Does this sound natural?
A: ...I face a trial... (?)
...then my relationship with him...
Q: The hot-spot trails formed by volcanic island chains indicate the positions of tectonic plates as far back as the present ocean basins have existed.

What's the meaning of "as far back as"?
A: "As far back as" means "up to that point in the past." It is often used when the date is further in the past than expected. "Far back" means "a long time into the past."

"Our teacher told us that tectonic plates go as far back as the ocean basins. I knew that tectonic plates had been around a long time, but I didn't know that they went that far back!"

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