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

The meaning of "Asian" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Asian men are compatible with all races.

I don't understand the context;; mean?
A: thanks!
Q: What does Asian Indian mean?
A: Someone who's from India
Q: What does Asian mean?
A: Something from the continent of Asia.

It is not from Africa, Europe, Australia, North America, South America, the Middle East, or Antarctica.

Example sentences using "Asian"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Asian stereotype.
A: "Asian stereotypes are racist! Not all of them are nerds..."
"Asian stereotypes are bad, they portray asian people in a terrible way."
"I don't like asian stereotypes: they are demeaning"

Synonyms of "Asian" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Asian and Asean ?
A:Asian” → relating to Asia or to any of its peoples or languages

“ASEAN” → Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Q: What is the difference between Asian British and British Asian ?
A: A person of British origin born in Asia would be called Asian British
and a person of Asian origin born in Britain would be called British Asian
Q: What is the difference between Asian and Asiatic ?
A: They have the same meaning, but you rarely, if ever, hear Asiatic being used. Asian is much more common.

Translations of "Asian"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Asian
Asian Man (Voice.R) ??
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Asian
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? アジア人は結束力が強い Asian people tend to be synergy.
A: The adjective for "synergy" would be "synergistic" but that is quite a formal word.

I would say "Asian people tend to work together" or "Asian people tend to cooperate".

Other questions about "Asian"

Q: ‎‎‎【HELP】

Asian immigrants in America are not necesarily Asian Americans , while their children are definitely Asian Americans, right?
A: Is this a question about grammar or culture? The grammar is fine. If someone is an American citizen and of Asian heritage, they may choose to think of themselves as Asian-American or they may not. But they would be objectively defined (say, by the government) as Asian-Americans, as long as they are (now) citizens.
Q: Asian people mostly have an eye with single eyelid (upper pict) when Western have the one with double eyelid (lower pict). Does this sound natural?
A: × Asian people mostly have an eye with single eyelid (upper pict) when Western have the one with double eyelid (lower pict).
Asian people mostly have single eyelids (above), while Western people have double eyelids (below).

"Single" and "double eyelid" are pretty common ways of describing it in English. Another term for "single eyelid" is "monolid".
Q: Asian faces are not only hard to tell the difference. Does this sound natural?
A: × Asian faces are not only hard to tell the difference.
✓ It is not just Asian faces where it can be hard to tell the difference.

Q: Asian people poured into California. Does this sound natural?
A: Asian people poured into California. I assume you mean that there are a lot of immigrants in California? It would sound more natural if you said “Asians are continuously taking up most of the population in California.”
Q: Asian flush reaction isn't really common with other races. Does this sound natural?
A: The Asian flush reaction isn't really common in other races.
This sounds the most natural.

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