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

The meaning of "Welfare" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does lived on welfare money mean?
A:
Welfare is money that a poor person receives from the government so "to live on welfare money" means that this person uses that money to pay his bills, buy food any other thing that he needs.
Q: What does lived on welfare money mean?
A: Welfare - money given by the government to support those who have no or little income or assets.
Q: What does welfare check mean?
A: @T-as-S
WELFARE CHECK:
If someone is worried because they haven't seen or heard from their family member or friend for a long time, they call the police so the police can go to that person's house and make sure they are okay and alive.

PD:
police department

PD officer:
police department officer
Q: What does welfare mean?
A: Welfare is used to describe the well being of a person
example: "I am very concerned about your welfare"
Q: What does welfare mean?
A: Ah, it's a government program in America for helping those with less money. Or there are of other ways that charities might help.

Or like in a sentence. "The girl was sick, we were worried about her welfare." Like her health, her well-being.

Example sentences using "Welfare"

Q: Please show me example sentences with welfare.
A: A person can be ON welfare = recibe subsidios del gobierno

I can CARE ABOUT THE WELFARE of someone = prestar atención a su bienestar / necesidades etc.
Q: Please show me example sentences with welfare .
A: A good government will look after the welfare of the people.

Synonyms of "Welfare" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between welfare and wellness ?
A: Wellness usually means health and healthy habits. Welfare includes the material and financial circumstances of your life, how secure your home and your family are.
Q: What is the difference between welfare and well-being ?
A: Welfare is money sent from the government due to not being able to work.
Well-being is the ability to look after yourself.
Q: What is the difference between welfare and well-being ?
A: In the sense of health they both mean the same.

"I am concerned for your welfare."

"I am concerned for your well-being."

Health, security, comfort...

Translations of "Welfare"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I worry about your welfare. What does this mean? Welfare means happiness?
A: I think “welfare” in English is 福祉 in Japanese, but I’m not sure. Welfare means health, happiness, well-being (well-being=safe home, enough food, happiness). So, if I worry about your welfare, I’m wishing you would be safe, happy, have a place to live, and enough food....anything that makes your life better.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to speak “祈愿百姓千秋无忧” in English?
Praying eternal welfare for people.
May the people have no worries in the future.
Praying forever carefreeness for people.
A: "May the people have no worries in the future." is the most natural option.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is welfare center
A:

➡a place where people or animals receive assistance .

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? welfare
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Welfare"

Q: The current welfare system doesn't reflect whether the recipients earn money or not. If they 1000 dollars of welfare every month, and they start to work and earn 200 dollars as salary, the government just cut off 200 dollars from their welfare and they can get 800 dollars next month. I think that's why they can't find a reason to work.
Does this sound natural?
A: × The current welfare system doesn't reflect whether the recipients earn money or not.
✓ The current welfare system doesn't reflect whether recipients earn money or not.

× If they 1000 dollars of welfare every month, and they start to work and earn 200 dollars as salary, the government just cut off 200 dollars from their welfare and they can get 800 dollars next month.
✓ If they get 1000 dollars in welfare every month, and then they start to work and earn 200 dollars as salary, the government just cuts 200 dollars from (or off) their welfare, and they can still get 800 dollars next month.

Q: "I'm homeless. I want to apply for welfare, but I don't know how to do it. I should go to City Hall."

Hello! Do you think the sentences above sound natural? Thanks!
Q: This excellent welfare system of country A has been emulated by many other countries. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes but it would be a tiny bit better to say "the excellent welfare system"
Q: " If___________ , he promises that he will do his best to promote public welfare"
A. electing
B. elected
C. being elected
D. elect
A: elected
Q:
We should think about the welfare issue, say, the minimum wages and THOSE kind of stuff.

We should think about the welfare issue, say, the minimum wages and THESE kind of stuff.

We should think about the welfare issue, say, the minimum wages and THIS kind of stuff.
A: Those usually refers two or more things away from the speaker.
These refers to two or more things close to the speaker.
This refers to something close to the speaker in any quantity.

In this context the best word would be the word that.

It doesn't sound as natural with the other words.

If you want to use the those and these you need to make the words after it plural.

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