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

The meaning of "Bill" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Bill wearing that new outfit would fool everyone. mean?
A: If Bill wore that new outfit, everyone (who saw it) would be fooled
Q: What does What does "Bill Attention" mean?
While I filling Billing Details in a register page including Address, State, City, Country and Postal code, there is "Billing Attention : " section. What is this? What do I write? mean?
A: "Attention (ATTN)" is a part of an address used only by Companies. If you send a letter to a large business, the business may not know which person the letter should be deliver to. So, you can put "Attention to John Smith" so that the letter is delivered directly to John Smith. However, you can ignore "Attention" if the address you are entering is not for a company.
Q: What does Bill looked very prosperous mean?
A: it means that bill (the subject of the sentence) looked, in terms of appearance, like he was very rich or wealthy (ex. Fancy clothes, expensive items, etc)
Q: What does she knew Bill was A LONG WAY OFF stupid mean?
A: he was FAR from stupid... he was anything but stupid
Q: What does Bill Murray is back among the ghosts, only this time, it's three against one. mean?
A: It just means that he is back to fighting the ghosts. Maybe there are three ghost. And since it is only one person, Bill Murray who is fighting them. It could mean that it is three ghosts against Bill Murray.

Example sentences using "Bill"

Q: Please show me example sentences with If Bill Gates were my best friend .
A: If Bill Gates were my best friend i would ask him how he survived high school 😩
If Bill Gates were my best friend i would get a laptop for my birthday party 🎉
If Bill Gates were my best friend i would spend every weekend in his house 🏡
Q: Please show me example sentences with Bill for.
A: This is the bill for your meal.

Synonyms of "Bill" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Bill doesn't do his job very well. and Bill does his job very well. and Bill do his job very well. ?
A: @korean678 you’re welcome and ohh yes that would make sense!
Q: What is the difference between You found Bill in the kitchen, didn't you? and Was Bill in the kitchen, wasn't he? ?
A: The first one asks if the person found Bill in the kitchen (implies active role for the person to find). The second one only asks if Bill was in the kitchen (maybe the person knows he was there but did not see him).
Q: What is the difference between Bill is visiting his parents tomorrow and Bill will visit his parents tomorrow ?
A: Bill is visiting means he had already made plans to visit at a particular time with parents and will most likely be busy with them most of the day.
Bill will visit means he has not decided on a specific time, has not finalized his plans. Bill will most likely only visit for a short time.
Q: What is the difference between Bill sings worse than Jill. and Bill sings more badly than Jill. ?
A: the first one is more grammatically correct.

Translations of "Bill"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Bill
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "Bill is a true friend to us" or " Bill is a true friend for us"??
A: You do need to add who Bill is a true friend friend to or it is confusing. Bill is a true friend to us is correct. You could also say Bill is a true friend of ours.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Billはもう退社(家に帰る)しました。
A: 1. Bill has already left the company(and gone home).

2. Bill has already left the company and gone home for the day.

Updated: "also" would work depending on context, and they do have similar meanings and can both be translated from "もう", but I think what you want here is probably "already". HiNative wouldn't let me respond to your last comment for some reason @otks77
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how would Bill Clinton have been called if Hillary had won? first gentleman, husband etc.
A: I believe he would just be called "Husband"

Other questions about "Bill"

Q: Bill was disappointed at your refusing of working. Does this sound natural?
A: Bill was disappointed in you for refusing to work.
Q: Bill plz Does this sound natural?
A: Yeah its sound natural. "Bill please"
Q: Based on Bill Gates’s net income for a year, he earns 150 dollars per second. What if he found 100 dollars on the street and would have picked it up, it would be a waste time for him. Does this sound natural?
A: I think it sounds more natural to say, "It would be a waste of time for him to pick it up."
Q: What is he saying?
or maybe that's what Bill's want to get it?
A: Maybe that's what Bill's trying to get at

"get at" = el punto que una persona trata de hacer

"I listened to his speech but I didn't understand what he was getting at. Did you?"
"I think he was saying that we need to spend more on education, but I'm not sure, it was confusing."
Q: Hello Bill, how have you been? I am doing well in London. I would like to ask something, if you don't mind. Does this sound natural?
A: "If you don't mind, I would like to ask you something." is how I would say the second part. It sounds for email. If I were saying the same thing in a text message or in person to a friend, I would say "I've been doing good, Bill! Hey, can I ask you something?"

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