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

The meaning of "Mary" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Mary mean?
A: É um nome bastante comum, que os lusófonos traduziram como "Maria"
Q: What does Come on!. Give Mary a call. She needs cheering up mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does Mary gives ONE ACCOUNT OF THE CONVERSATION, and Fread another. mean?
A: Mary says it happened one way, and Fred says it happened another way.
Q: What does Mary Jane mean?
A: slang for marijuana
...or...
a name
Q: What does Mary is too clever for there to be any disagreement concerning her intelligence.
mean?
A: I can try...

かなりメアリーはと議論するためにスマートです。彼女は理解し、アイデアを使用するために迅速なシーズのように賢いです

This is may not be right but hope you get the point...

Example sentences using "Mary"

Q: Please show me example sentences with could you correct it


are you Mary's father ?


yes you are ?


i am one of Mary's friend's mother. I met you before once after the class was off. you picked Mary up at the school gate.

If you can't find any seat I wouldn't mind sitting with you..
A: I am the mother of one of Mary's friends. I met you once before after class let out. You picked Mary up at the school gate.
Everything else looks good!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Could you correct it


you know back in 2017, once Mary had sent an email to John , they would have known the truth.
A: You know back in 2017, if Mary had sent an email to John, they would have known the truth.

I'm not sure who "they" refers to; I assume it's either "Mary and John", or somebody else, and it's already understood.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Could you correct it


How Mary looked was exactly the same when she joined newcomer party 10 years ago.
A: Mary looked exactly the same as when she joined the newcomer party, 10 years ago.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Mary or Mery which is the correct? .
A: Hm? The verb is 'marry'/merry.
Otherwise Mary is a proper noun(name of a person).
Never heard Mery in English, though. But it wouldn't be wrong as a name.

Synonyms of "Mary" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If Mary Alice was having problems,we would have known. and If Mary Alice had been having problems,we would have known. ?
A:
1) 對
2) No, she WAS having a crisis, she just didn't tell them, hence why they didn't know about it, so they're criticizing her for not coming to them with her problems.
Q: What is the difference between Mary is out with [A] guy that she met yesterday and Mary is out with [THE] guy that she met yesterday ?
A: yes but it sort of implies it's not new information to the listener
Q: What is the difference between I think Mary is gorgeous. and I think Mary gorgeous. ?
A: The 2nd sentence is grammatically wrong.
"I think Mary is gorgeous" is correct. Notice the use of "is".
Q: What is the difference between I know Mary. and I know who Mary. ?
A: I agree :)

@yokotama I know Mary=I know Mary well (メアリーさんのことをよく知っています)

I know who Mary is=メアリーさんは誰か知っています。

分かりましたか?
Q: What is the difference between Did Mary have much homework to do? - No, I didn't have a lot of homework to do last week. and Had Mary got much homework to do? - No, I had not a lot of homework to do last week ?
A: the first sounds more natural

Translations of "Mary"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mary was surprised from what Bob said.
A: Mary was surprised BY what Bob said.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mary looked at the ceiling in contemplation.
A: Mary looked up at the ceiling while thinking (trying to understand something/considering something).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mary wriggles / wiggles / giggles in excitement.
A: Mary giggles with excitement.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can I say " scarlet was not beautiful and Mary either ".
A: "Scarlet is not beautiful and neither is Mary."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 大家圣诞节快乐 Mary Christmas everybody
A: "Merry Christmas everyone!" OR "Merry Christmas everybody!" OR "Merry Christmas to all!"

Note:
"Mary" is a woman's name. "Merry" means "happy".

Other questions about "Mary"

Q: Mary is beyond compare, with curly locks of golden hair. Does this sound natural?
A: @schwarz44: Locks is fine
Q: Mary and I dines out. Does this sound natural?
A: @jg61: This is almost natural except when it's more than one person "dines" becomes "dine" so "Mary and I dine out" 😊
Q: Mary eats an apple, whenever Sue an orange. Does this sound natural?
A: Well if that's what you mean, then the sentence is natural
Q: Mary was introduced John. Does this sound natural?
A: @maple: Mary was introduced to John.
Q: Suppose Mary has an irresponsible and drug-addicted husband who sometimes beats her,too. Finally Mary is so fed up with his doings that decides to leave him forever. But a friend asks her to give another chance to her husband! Mary says" do you think that my life is so unworthy to me that I devote it to him?",
Actually in Farsi, we say " do you think that I have found my life on the way/ in the steet/ on the ground that I waste it for him?"

Is there such an idiom that conveys the same meaning in English?

Ps: (if you found some thing on the ground is is more likely that you lose or waste it more easily! )
A: "...that I would* waste it..."

You aren't actually wasting it, so you need "would".

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