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

The meaning of "Dreams" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Sweet Dreams mean?
A: It basically means "Good night."
or "I hope t
you have sweet/good dreams."
Q: What does Dreams come true together. mean?
A: 一緒に目標に達すること
Q: What does "Can you let it pass?" in "Dreams" by Brandi Carlile mean?
A: Listening to the whole song, I would imagine it means this "love" phase. Let this phase pass.

Don't "hold your breath", "count to 10", "let it pass", are things you say when you don't want to succumb to your emotions.

Don't Hold your breath is don't expect an answer. So hold your breath would be wait for one.

Count to 10 is generally when a kid gets angry and the parent tells to count to 10, or wait.

Let it pass, is allow it to end.

While the next phrase, "keep it in" has a sexual connotation...

I don't know any similar phrases in japanese but I'd imagine there are a few.
Q: What does sweet Dreams mean?
A: It basically means "good night" in another saying/word

Synonyms of "Dreams" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Dreams come true and Dream comes true ?
A: Plural dreams, singular dream. Both reflect their potential realization/happening.

It’s really subtle, but I hope your dream comes true that you can have a dream come true.

The come is a shortening of become. So become/becomes. I know that’s not extremely helpful- but unfortunately I don’t know the strict rule as to why it is this way
Q: What is the difference between Dreams do come true and Dreams come true
?
A: I’ve never seen the first sentence. I think the correct is the second one. “Dreams come true”.
Q: What is the difference between Dreams come true and Dream comes true ?
A: I hope my dream comes true.

I hope my dreams come true.

Dream = singular (1)
Dreams = plural (>1)

Translations of "Dreams"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Dreams are everywhere. Is this natural?
A: Depend on the context, but yes, it looks natural.

Dreams are everywhere.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Dreams do not end
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "Dreams come true" or "Dreams become true"
A: dreams come true
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sweet Dreams
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Other questions about "Dreams"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Dreams don´t work unless you do .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce Dreams are built... one brick at a time!.
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Q: Dreams are located in high place, so I suppose you are afraid you can’t catch your dream easily does this sound natural?
A: Dreams are located in high place, so I suppose you are afraid you can’t reach your dream easily.

"located in a high place" could be "found in high places"... it depends what mood you want.
Q: Dreams are always finished when they are going to be nice, right? does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean:

Dreams always end, just when they are going to be nice, right?
Q: Dreams are strange, very strange. In the dream, we all encounter all the weird different things those do not exist in the real life. I think everyone agrees with me with this. does this sound natural?
A: Dreams are strange, very strange. In dreams, we encounter all the weird, different things that don't exist in real life. I think everyone can agree with me on this.

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