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

The meaning of "Hunger" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Hunger mean?
A: La faim
Q: What does Hunger of pine. I know
the meaning of these words but It doesn't
make sense for me. Please explain it for me 😯 mean?
A: I presume this is from the title of a song?
In which case, often the lyrics don't have to make sense.........

Synonyms of "Hunger" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Hunger
and Hungry ?
A: Hunger = noun
Hungry = adjective
1. The hungry cat couldn’t stand its hunger and fainted.
2. The cat with much hunger couldn’t stand being hungry anymore and fainted.
Q: What is the difference between Hunger makes everything taste better. and Hunger makes every food taste better. ?
A: They are both similar, but the first one is more natural
両方はOKですけど、”Hunger makes everything taste better”がより良い

Other questions about "Hunger"

Q: Hunger stems from the countries’ lack of resources and poor environment, thus it attribute to the children’s education directly. Does this sound natural?
A: × Hunger stems from the countries’ lack of resources and poor environment, thus it attribute to the children’s education directly.
Hunger stems from the countries’ lack of resources and poor environment, thus it directly attributes to the children’s lack (?) (of) education

I put the (?) there because I am just guessing, and put (‘s around the of because only put of if you put lack. It is more natural to state how their education is especially if it is part of an essay so you can introduce what you will soon start talking about. If you have any more questions feel free to ask as it is a bit confusing! ^^
Q: Hunger makes every food taste the best. Does this sound natural?
A: たぶん "Hunger makes everything taste better" の方が自然でしょう。
Q: "The Hunger Games" is the best book I've ever read. Does this sound natural?
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Q: I am reading The Hunger Games and I can't understand the following sentence:
"Just the opposite of what Haymitch had mid him to do."

I looked up 'mid' in dictionary but I couldn't find an appropriate example for this sentence. I think it indicates something like 'advise'....? Or is it a simple preposition meaning like 'amid'?

Thank you.
A: "Advised" is what she meant. It's a very rare word to use, though.

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