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

The meaning of "Christmas" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Last Christmas, Santa Claus must have been loading his sleigh in a t-shit t-shirt and shorts. mean?
A: The previous Christmas, Santa Claus was wearing a t-shirt and shorts while loading up toys and goodies into his sleigh
Q: What does hyped for Christmas mean?
A: hyped for ~ = excited for ~, looking forwards to ~

hyped for Christmas = クリスマスを楽しみに待っている
Q: What does Christmas then only days away,the family was pent up with excitement mean?
A: Christmas is close and the family is getting really excited.
Q: What does Being alone on Christmas is the pits mean?
A: My dad says he hears down in the dumps more than down in the pits it means the same thing!
Q: What does I'm trying to go over Christmas mean?
A: "Trying to go over Christmas" would be present tense because I'm doing it now.

But the events you are going over could be from any time.

Are you sure it was "go over" rather than "get over"? It could be either.

Example sentences using "Christmas"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Christmas Chocolate
and
Christmas chocolates..
A: I love to eat Christmas chocolate while doing puzzles

Getting Christmas chocolates during the holidays is special

My favourite Christmas chocolates have brandy / liquor in them

My grandmother used to hang pretty Christmas chocolates on the Christmas tree as decorations and it was always a treat to eat them

Q: Please show me example sentences with on Christmas day.
A: -On Christmas Day, we open our Christmas presents in the UK.
-We hardly ever have snow on Christmas Day.
-We have lots of special programmes on the telly on Christmas Day.
Q: Please show me example sentences with marry Christmas .
A: “ Happy Christmas warmly happy family” it is true ?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Christmas vacation.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Christmas" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Christmas and Xmas ?
A: Xmas is only used in an online setting. But Christmas can be used for online and in real life.
Q: What is the difference between #1 This Christmas is in three days. and #2 the upcoming Christmas is in three days. ?
A: normally you use it when its not close to Christmas also same with other celebrations
Q: What is the difference between Happy Christmas and Merry Christmas ?
A: There's no difference :D
Q: What is the difference between at Christmas and on Christmas Day ?
A: it is mostly the same, but at Christmas could include some days before and some days after christmas
Q: What is the difference between Christmas and Xmas ?
A: Xmas is an informal way of saying Christmas. ^_^

Translations of "Christmas"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Christmas
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How was your Christmas? or How were your Christmas? , does it sound natural?
A: 'How was your Christmas?' is appropriate if talking about one certain Christmas.

But if your pertaining to more than one occasion, it is better to use this(for example):
'How were your Christmases during those years?'
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? marry Christmas to all .....hinative users god bless you
A: There you go
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This Christmas receive only gifts that you need.
A: "This Christmas, only ask for gifts that you need."

or

"This Christmas, only request gifts that you need."

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? marry Christmas
A: Merry Christmas

Other questions about "Christmas"

Q: Tell me the famous Christmas songs(America) that you think most of American can sing. Any kinds is fine like pop song or non-pop. I'll remember lyrics and enjoy Christmas.
A: Jingle bells, All I Want for Christmas is you, Last Christmas, and silent night are all popular Christmas songs!!
Q: "There is no Christmas holiday in Japan. "
"There are no Christmas holidays in Japan."

Which sentence is correct? Please teach me. Thank you.
does this sound natural?
A: Both are technically correct. I would personally use "There are no Christmas holidays in Japan" because here in the US we have technically 2 Christmas holidays: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Q: I think about sending a Christmas card to business partners in US. I usually exchange Email with a sales manager and a vice president.
Is it normal to send a card to each of them?
Or is it better to send to vise president as a company representative?

I would like to avoid too much or rude impression.
A: I think it's okay to send cards directly to both of them in their offices. If you talk to anyone else in the office, it might be nice to send cards to them as well.
Q: Christmas is coming!!!! Does this sound natural?
A: Yes 😊
Q: In Christmas, here in Japan we more often than not spend time with our boy/girl friend, However once you go outside Japan, I heard there is not so many counries where people go dating in that day. So just tell me how you spend the time, basically you are with family at home?
A: In the US we eat dinners with our family and relatives. Usually it's a very large dinner with turkey and seasonal foods like pumpkin pie. Afterwards we watch christmas programs on TV while chatting together. Sometimes we give and get presents with relatives as well.

The next morning we open presents at home which are sitting under a brightly decorated tree in the living room. The rest of the day is usually spent playing with the presents
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