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

The meaning of "D" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does why A not D , plz. mean?
A: They mean the same thing, it's just different ways of saying it. both are talking about things that need to be done or that need to happen. "Have" you will hear more commonly in conversation. "I have to do laundry" or "I have to to check my schedule first, let me get back to you".
you can use "must" in the above two examples but "have' usually sounds more natural.
"Must" also has some special instances where it is the more natural word to use in a sentence. When you are assuming something, "must" is more commonly used: " She just had a baby so she must be really tired". This is an assumption, or a guess, that is likely to be true because of the situation.
The more you hear them and use them, the more you will understand when to use one over the other. they have the same meaning but one may work better than the other depending on the context.
Q: What does I know you haven't been studying, You must want the "D" mean?
A: The “D” is referring to “dick” a slang/swear word for a mans penis.
Q: What does D cup mean?
A: It's a size for bra measurement for women. It goes from A to F (maybe more), and can be, for example, B, C, DD, EE.
Q: What does D mean?
A: (Mature content - Do not use this unless in front of close friends)
If someone says "the D" they are using a shortened form of the word "dick", which is another word for penis, as slang...
Q: What does D mean?
A: sometimes 'D' is a shorter version of ':D'

It represents a laughing mouth.

You're right though; it's most likely the other meaning

Synonyms of "D" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "I skipped through D chapter" and "I skipped D chapter" ?
A: I skipped through chapter D means you read some of it but not very carefully. I skipped chapter D means that you didnt read it at all.

Translations of "D"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? J은 둘째를 임신하였습니다. 그렇게 바라고 바라던 새생명을 갑자기 주셔서 감사하면서도 동시에 D의 치료와 R의 돌봄으로 인하여 여러 걱정이 많이 있습니다. 진실로, 하나님의 타이밍은 저희가 알 수 없습니다^^ D 간병, R 돌봄, 직장 생활을 지혜롭게 잘 감당할 수 있도록 기도해주세요!
A: J has become pregnant with her second child.
Thank you for giving her the gift of new life she has wanted for so long.
At the same time, she has quite a lot to worry about due to D's medical treatment and having to watch over R.
Truly, we cannot know Jesus' timing for us.
That she will be able to prudently manage caring for D and R, as well as her work life, please pray for her
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Dの発音を直してください。あなたはDをGのように発音してしまうクセがあるようですよ
A: Your pronunciation of “d” is off, it usually sounds like “g”. Try to pronounce “d” as “d”.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 아직 D 치킨을 먹어보지 않았다면,
너는 치킨을 먹어본게 아니야
A: If you haven’t tried D chicken, then you really haven’t had chicken yet.

If you haven’t tried D Chicken yet, then you have yet to try real chicken!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why should I choose (D)?
A: "introductory rates" is a common expression
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? D
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "D"

Q: D will be hospitalized(19th Sep.) and he will get a bone marrow transplant(28th Sep.). Thankfully, D's the olest sister could give her bone marrow. After cancer treatment, D will stay in a bioclean room for a month. After discharge, his immune system will be weak easpecially vulnerable to the desease like a newborn baby. Please pray for the all these steps specially D and his sister's health.
Does this sound natural?
A: Mostly great. Couple of corrections:
D will be hospitalized (19th Sep.) and will be getting a bone marrow transplant (28th Sep.). Thankfully, D's oldest sister is a match and will donate her bone marrow. After the cancer treatment, D will stay in a bioclean room for a month. After the discharge, his immune system will be weak and especially vulnerable to the diseases, like a newborn baby. Please pray for optimal outcome every step of the way and especially for D’s and his sister's health.
Q: D I really like it.

could you tell me what does "D" mean?
A: I don't know why D would be there.

I think it's a typo.
Q: why does she use "I'd never" and "I'd had"? why not "I've never" and "I've had" ?

‎I'D NEVER given much thought to how i would die, though I'D HAD reason enough in the last few months

A: It’s because the last few months she is referring to are not the last few months from when she is speaking. They are the last few months from the moment she is describing, which could have been years ago.
Q: What does the D mean in 3D printing?
A: 3D = Three Dimensional
Q: Why should I choose D? I think there is something wrong with the sentence, "had get"?
A: I think it's because "he asked me" is in the past tense, while C is in the present tense

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