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

The meaning of "Cd" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Shall I put a CD on? mean?
A: CD = Music... meaning “Let’s put some music on ..”
Q: What does it was my dad’s favorite CD? mean?
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Q: What does you've got quite a CD collection !( otra forma de expresar,gracias) mean?
A: It's an expression of amazement at how many CDs someone has collected. It's another way of saying "that's a lot of CDs you've collected!".
Q: What does CD Baby mean?
A: CD Baby is an online music store and music publisher that helps independent artists (creators of music) distribute their music and collect royalties (payments) when other people use / license their music.

Synonyms of "Cd" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I listened to the CD. and I listen the CD. ?
A: The first one is grammatically correct: I listened to the CD.
Q: What is the difference between The CD wouldn't play and The CD doesn't play ?
A: wouldn't = you describe a past event. example, I tried and tried but the CD wouldn't play. doesn't or won't = present thing happening. example, I'm trying, but the CD won't play!
Q: What is the difference between (with a CD playing) Let's sing along! and (with a CD playing) Let's sing along with the CD! ?
A: "Let's sing along!" and "Let's sing along with the cd!" are the same. The second sentence makes it clear what is being sung along to (If you hear the cd playing, you don't need to say "with the cd." If the cd isn't currently playing, it's better to be clear and say "with the cd")
Q: What is the difference between He apologized to me for having lost my CD. and He apologized to me for losing my CD. ?
A: I think they can both be used, but the first one has a small nuance regarding the state of the lost CD. The second one sounds more casual and common, though. :)
Q: What is the difference between did you find the CD of my brother's? and did you find the CD of my brother? ?
A: The first one is wrong. The second is correct but sounds odd. You would say Did you find my brother's CD?

Translations of "Cd"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 在哪个网站可以买到新发布的CD
A: Which websites sell new release CDs? What are some websites where you can buy new recently released CDs?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (私は君に) 今月の25日に発売される〇〇(名前)の新しいアルバム(CD)を送るからたのし楽しみに待っててね
A: I am going to send you ___album which will be released this coming 25th . Please wait and enjoy it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? CD release live
A: id say promo tour is good
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? CD is short from compact disk. (Is this grammar correct?)
A: @Masa1966: I think you mean "CD is short for compact disc"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? CDの値段は高いと思いますか、それとも安いと思いますか?
A: Do you think the price of the CD is expensive or cheap?

Other questions about "Cd"

Q: 1) Some CD players have the function of adjusting speed, like playing at a half speed or 70% of the original speed. 2) You can adjust speed on some CD players. does this sound natural?
A: Alternative (but it's not necessary): 1) Some CD players have the feature of adjustable speed, so that you can play at half speed or at 70% of the original speed. 2) You can adjust the speed on some CD players.
Q: "I will play this CD without interruption." I am a teacher, and sometimes I pause so students can listen easily. But this time I won't does this sound natural?
A: As a teacher I think it would sound better if you said, "I'm going to play this CD now so I don't want any interruptions".
Q: About CD players and DVD players, is it appropriate to call them "playback devices" or "reproduction devices" collectively in specifications or the like although I know they sound combersome? If not, c...
A: It sounds like you are drafting a legal or technical document, and it looks like you are capable of handling this, so... I took a brief look at a few digital content licence agreements (Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, Marvel comics, etc.), and none of them try to do what I think you are trying to achieve. Instead, they used defined terms to sidestep the problem you are having. For example, from the Netflix Licence Agreement: Netflix provides a subscription service that allows our members to access movies and TV shows (“Netflix content”) streamed over the Internet to certain Internet-connected TVs, computers and other devices ("Netflix ready devices"). Note the use of the term "Netflix ready devices". The other licence agreements I've looked at do roughly the same thing. So, to answer your original question: I think "playback device" is fine. Just "device" is also fine. To take a different approach to the problem you are having: Instead of trying to come up with a word, it might be better to list out the categories you have in mind, then make it a defined term. For example: "CD players, DVD players, personal computers, television ("Devices")" (or "Playback Devices", if you prefer) Then for the rest of your specification, you can just use the word Devices and not have to worry about whether you have picked the right word or not.
Q: "When I was playing a CD for listening English, I fell asleep before I knew." does this sound natural?
A: While listening to a CD to learn English, I fell asleep before I knew it.
Q: This CD player gets choppy when you touch it or cause tremor while it is playing, so treat it gently. does this sound natural?
A: This CD player trembles when you touch it and can get choppy while it's playing, so treat it gently.

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