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The meaning of "Girls" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 'Girls come in with a name and they leave with a number' ? mean?
A: That’s an interesting expression! I have actually never heard it before, haha. But yes, I think you’re probably right! You would probably hear somebody say that in a bar - I think it means “those girls don’t need to be too fancy or give gifts to a man to get the man’s phone number - they just need to give them their name.” Your English is fine, don’t apologize. 😉
Q: What does Girls hit your hallelujah mean?
A: Hit your hallelujah means to sing. Sometimes, a musician with say “hit it” to the band when they want them playing music. “To hit a high note” means to be able to sing a high pitched note.” Also, Bruno Mars is singing about funk, which is heavily rooted in African American culture, and Hallelujah is something gospel singers would sing.
Q: What does When the Girls talk boys? mean?
A: It means "when the girls talk about boys" Or "when the girls discuss boys" Another example: When my brother gets together with his friends they always talk football =they always talk about football =they always discuss football
Q: What does Girls be like girls mean?
A: Yeah the correct way is "girls being girls" or "just a girl being a girl" but someone could also say "girls be like girls" though it's one of the ways that some people think makes someone sound uneducated

Synonyms of "Girls" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Girls give chocolate to the boys they like. and Girls give chocolate to their favorite boys. and Girls give chocolate to their crushes. ?
A: The correct way to say it is "The girls/girls give chocolate to the boys they like". Instead of give, you can also say gift. The second phrase is not commonly used, so try to avoid it. In my opinion, you should use the first one. I hope I helped you :D
Q: What is the difference between Girls Power and Girl Power ?
A: We usually say Girl Power as an expression of empowerment for girls in a world where they are usually taught they are weak and can’t do what boys can. It isn’t only one girl, it is all girls. Girl is functioning as an adjective. Girls Power doesn’t sound right. www.apoven.com

Translations of "Girls"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Girls
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello Girls!
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Girls
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Other questions about "Girls"

Q: Girls, without whom I can not imagine this period of study. does this sound natural?
A: "girls,who i cant imagine without this period of study" sounds a little more natural.
Q: Girls have crushes on Justin bieber. (should it be "crush"singular?) does this sound natural?
A: It's alright! If you wish to use "crush", you can say "Girls crush on Justin Bieber" (note the capitalised B, as Bieber is a surname) where "crush" becomes a verb.
Q: Girls dressed up exquisitely for not only attracting male but also delighting themselves. Does this sound natural?
A: Written: Girls dress exquisitely not only for attracting men but also for their own enjoyment. *** This sounds a little rude because it sounds like you are saying all girls dress up for men but sometimes for themselves. You might want to re-word it *** Written: Girls don't dress extravagantly only because they want to attract men. Its also for their own enjoyment and because of their interest in fashion. Casual: "Girls don't just dress up to attract men, they do it for themselves too." "Girls don't only dress up to attract men, they also do it to feel pretty just for themselves.
Q: Girls watch them owing to handsome guys. (them=Korean soaps) does this sound natural?
A: Korean actors are popular in western countries owing to their good looks, fashion sense and cute smiles. 'owing to' is a much more formal expression. don't use owing to for when you say because, use it when you would normally say 'because of', 'due to' or 'on account of' E.g. Girls stare at them owing to their good looks. Girls stare at them due to their good looks. Girls stare at them because of their good looks. It sounds a little strange but technically correct.
Q: Girls in our class are more in quantity than boys. does this sound natural?
A: There are more girls in our class than boys.

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