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

The meaning of "C" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Still, C remains as popular as ever, plugging away in the background, quietly powering much of the world's software.
mean?
A: To plug away: to work hard and in a determined way, especially at something that you find difficult.

Powering: to provide a machine with energy and the ability to operate

Software: Software is a collection of instructions and data that tell the computer how to work.

Q: What does ‎A: I don’t think C is ever coming back. B: NO , in this conversation, can you tell me they are both thinking C isn’t coming back? mean?
A: So B's full sentence is. "No, C is probably in somebody's house." If that is correct, then yes B believes C is not coming. He gives a plausible reason why C won't come.
Q: What does C's mean?
A: @autocourtnumber7 the context is below in audio
Q: What does C and E mean?
A: what’s the question about? because based on my own understanding without knowing the full context of the question, letter C means you will turn your attention away from the one you’re talking to. While letter E means, you gotta build your conversation up because if you ask them questions straightforwardly, they might get really uncomfortable.

Example sentences using "C"

Q: Please show me example sentences with C result from D.
A: My current situation resulted from my poor decision making...

Synonyms of "C" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A and C ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between C & J Property has found a new apartment that they believe meets Mr. Jones's requirements. and C & J Property has found a new apartment that they believe meeting Mr. Jones's requirements. ?
A: In the first sentence "meet" means connect, join, or touch. The second sentence "meeting" means gathering, encounter, or contact. The first sentence is correct.
Q: What is the difference between "c"lassical and "C"lassical ?
A: The first is that classical [not "Classical"] costume has no form in itself.

In the sentence you gave, it is a mistake. @feelou_35 is right. The capital 'C' is used when it's the first word in a sentence or when it's part of a proper noun. So "classical costume" should have a small 'c'.
Q: What is the difference between C and Z and can you give me an audio? ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between The C drive and The drive C ?
A: "The Drive C" sounds a bit awkward to me. Use "The C Drive" instead. It makes more sense while talking, sounds more natural.

Translations of "C"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1.외출 금지 사람모이는곳 방문 금지
이웃집과 완전 인적 격리하고
2.비타민 C 챙겨 먹기. 매일
3.닭고기나 소고기 soup으로!!! 매일
한끼 먹기 stew ok.
4.하루에 2리터씩 물 마시기
5.마스크 항상쓰고 아르바이트 당장
끊고
이렇게 하면서 뱅기타기전까지 생존하고 한국 오라고 해라.
A: 1. Do not go out. Do not go places where people gather. Keep completely isolated from neighbors.

2. Take vitamin C.

3. Daily chicken or beef soup!!! Eat one meal of stew daily.

4. Drink 2 liters of water per day.

5. Always wear a mask and stop working part time right now. Tell them to survive until they can get on a plane and come to Korea.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? C'è voluta molta acqua per lavare il pavimento
A: 'It needed a lot of water to wash the floor" or 'A lot of water was needed to wash the floor'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? C
A: Like spanish c or spanish s, depending on the word.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? C言語でのプログラミング
A: Programing in C language.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? C言語はメモリのことまで考えなくてはいけないから難しいな
A: In the C language, you have to worry about things like memory, so it's pretty tough.

Other questions about "C"

Q: I made C with increased silica does this sound natural?
A: I don't know what it means. However, the grammar is good.
Q: (suddenly, C is coming)
C : Hey, A, B what’s up?
B : Good morning C, today, A isn’t feeling well and I suggest him to go to the health unit, but he afraid he would be missing the math test
C : Oh I see, you should go to the health unit now and I’ll say to Mr. James that today you can’t follow the test because you’re sick
A : Okay, thanks, C.
B : Let us accompany you
(Then, they're going to the health unit)

can anyone help me to correct the mistake?
does this sound natural?
A: "Good morning C, today, A isn’t feeling well and I suggest him to go to the health unit, but he afraid he would be missing the math test"

This sentence is almost okay but there's a few things, I personally would move today to after "feeling well".
+ "Good morning C, A isn’t feeling well today"

Apart from that, it's mainly the tense that seems to be off, didn't you already suggest to A that he goes to the health unit? So I think suggest should be in past tense, suggested.
+ "A isn’t feeling well today, I suggested he goes to the health unit"

Again on the last part, "missing the math test". The math test hasn't begun yet so it should be future tense, miss.
+ "but he is afraid he would miss the math test"


Full sentence: "Good morning C, A isn’t feeling well today, I suggested he goes to the health unit but he is afraid he would miss the math test"
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"Oh I see, you should go to the health unit now and I’ll say to Mr. James that today you can’t follow the test because you’re sick"

Only a slight adjustment to this sentence, again I would move "today" to after "test" and replace the word "follow" with "make"
+ "I’ll say to Mr. James that you can’t make the test today because you’re sick"

Follow doesn't really make sense here, make is good here because make can also mean "to arrive at or reach", so A cannot arrive at the test today.

Full sentence: "Oh I see, you should go to the health unit now and I’ll say to Mr. James that you can’t make the test today because you’re sick"
Q: I marked (C) on this[ 18. question] but turend out as (D) but don't know why ...
Can you please tell me, what's difference between answer (C) and (D) ?
A: You are assured - because you express your feelings and emotions, while C stands for the process happening now and YOU are doing the action in terms of assurance.
Q: is it C?
Q: What is meant by " I C U DAN GO PACK" on Instagram? = I see you Daniel xxx????

@The brother's name of the girl who got this message is Daniel. It's from her friend.
A: "I see you, don't go back."
"I see you Daniel, go back."
Or.. depends on the pic..
"I see you Daniel, go pack (your stuffs)."

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