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

The meaning of "Xx" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does xx mean?

X - kiss
O - hug

Xxxooooxxxx - lots of hugs and kisses
Q: What does x, xx mean?
A: The x stands for hugs and kisses - it is like xoxo.
Q: What does To make light of xx mean?
A: @overrunie

"make light of him" = treating him like he's not important with your actions or words

"think light of him" = think with your thoughts that he's not important
Q: What does "xx" at the back of a sentence, for example, love you xx, miss you xx mean?
A: kiss kiss
Q: What does xx is fire. mean?
A: It's slang, often used to describe hip hop music, but can be used to describe other things as well.

"Her mixtape is fire!"

"Have you heard Drake's new album? It's fire!"

Example sentences using "Xx"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "go on a xx run".
A: I think so! I can't think of any examples that don't involve buying anything.
Q: Please show me example sentences with How do you go about xx?.
A: How do you go about solving this problem?
Q: Please show me example sentences with from xx to yy.
A: From dawn till dusk.
I was awake from 6PM until 6AM.
I'll be in town from the 7th until the 8th.

Synonyms of "Xx" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between what does xx mean? and what does it mean xx? and what does it mean by xx? ?
A: "what does "love" mean? - It means 사랑".

"What does it mean xx?" Is not grammatically correct.

What does it mean by "Caution!" - it means be very careful"
Q: What is the difference between let's proceed with xx and let's go on with xx ?
A: They mean the same thing for the most part. “Proceed” would mean “continue” and sounds more professional.
“Let’s go on with _______.” Is more commonly used.
Q: What is the difference between "I'm short of xx' and "I'm short on xx" ?
A: @tjstkdn1 I would use "short on". e.g.. I'm short on cash
Q: What is the difference between "i can't be bothered doing xx" and "i can't bothered to do xx" ?
A: I guess so there's no difference
Q: What is the difference between "i'm working up to xx" and "i'm working my way up to xx" ?
A: they have the same meaning basically

Translations of "Xx"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 人们都在担心xxx:
Xxx is close to everyone's heart/ on everyone's mind/ of everyone's concern?
A: no, they mean different things.

- X is dear to everyone's heart (not close to). This means everyone is fond of X.
- X is on everyone's mind. Everyone is thinking about X (for some reason).
- X is of concern to everyone. Not a typical phrase - everyone is concerned about X in the sense that X worries them, not that they are concerned about X.

People are concerned about X.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? もし取材をご希望の際は、以下のメールアドレスにリクエストメールを送ればxx証券がミーティングをアレンジいたします。
A: If you would like to interview, please send a request email to the following email address and xx Securities will arrange the meeting.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have just had a xx burger.It's so yammy.
The buns ware so tender(fluffy) and the meat is so juicy and miracle thick.I like it.I can eat it everyday. I think it's the worth barger.
A: I just had a xx burger. It's so delicious. The buns are so fluffy and the meat is thick and juicy. I really like it, I can eat it everyday. It is very worth it / It is worth the money.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? xx を買うにはどこに行けば良いですか?
A: - Where should I go to buy?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 我长得有点像xxx
A: I look a bit like...

Other questions about "Xx"

Q: to grant xx
to permit xx
how are they different?
A: very close as verbs Yes. To grant something is more generous, like a gift. To permit something is more as an inconvenience or obligation.
Q: to knock out xx
to bang out xx

what's the difference?
A: @overrunie yeah, I think so. not so much for eating food

it's more for tasks you need or want to complete

I knocked out a couple of good books over the weekend

I knocked out the essay in a couple of hours
Q: ‎keeping xx in control vs keeping xx hnder control

what's the difference between them?
A: Examples:
1) "Keep John in control": you are saying you want John to be the one controling things
2) "Keep John under control": You are saying someone else needs to control John
Q: let me elaborate with xx
let me elaborate on zz

are they different?
A: I wouldn't say it is wrong. We use language to communicate an idea. Her idea is, in the end, understood. But if you want to sound native and use proper language, then yes... there are rules of proper speech. To answer your original question: yes they are different and "let me elaborate on zz" is the choice I would use.
Q: buy xx upfront.
buy xx outright.

what's the difference?
A: @tjstkdn sorry about that. yes, carrier is the same as service provider

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