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

The meaning of "Matt" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Matt's reserve snapped mean?
A: "Matt's reserve snapped." In this situation, it means he guarded/protected himself (his emotions) until Maria held him and he was able to release all of his emotions out to her. Reserve comes from "reservation" which means having a feeling of doubt or uncertainty and it can also mean to set something aside such as setting ones emotions aside...I hope this helps you.
Q: What does Matt gave himself over to grief mean?
A: He fell into a pit of sorrow, misery.
He let himself grieve.
Q: What does Matt's breath caught with sobs mean?
A: what it means that he cried so hard than the normal crying
Q: What does "Matt Damon roasting was amazing!" I can't catch the meaning of "roasting". mean?
A: depending on the situation it could either mean making fun of or cooking
Q: What does They will Matt if you nickle and dime them. What is the meaning of "Matt"? mean?
A: Matt is the name of a person.

I think you mean "They will get mad if you nickle and dime them."

Synonyms of "Matt" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Matt said he would go there. and Matt said he was going to go there. ?
A: Both sentences have the same meaning. The second one, however, is redundant (verb is repeated). The first one sounds more natural.
Q: What is the difference between Matt is going to be transferred to Seattle , isn't he? and Matt isn't going to be transferred to Seattle , is he? ?
A: Matt is going to be transferred to Seattle , isn't he?
The person is asking so they can be sure that Matt is indeed going to be transferred to Seattle. (Confirmation)

Matt isn't going to be transferred to Seattle , is he??
The person doesn’t want Matt to be transferred to Seattle and is questioning someone if Matt is going to be transferred to Seattle.

Translations of "Matt"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ¿A Matt le gusta comprar?
A: Does Matt like to shop?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Matt przepraszam. Dlaczego nie chcesz być współwłaścicielem? Zostaniesz administratorem? Możemy wrócić do rozmowy jutro? Jestem zmęczona
A: Matt, I'm sorry. Why don't you want to be a co-owner? You will be an administrator. Can we talk about it tomorrow? I'm tired.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)?

Matt described the obstacles he faced in becoming CEO

is this order correct
A:
“Matt described the obstacles he faced in order to become CEO.”

“Matt described the obstacles he faced while becoming CEO.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? さすが Mattだ!
That's like Matt!
Is this correct? Sounds natural?
A: As expected of Matt
most subtitles use this in drama or anime.

Other questions about "Matt"

Q: "Matt's supervisor Anna brings up that Matt haven't been in top form at work lately in a privately talking between themselves. Matt says she is indeed having some challengs at work. Her worklode has increased quite signicantly as their business has been growing. She is excited about the opportunities but struggling to keep up in the meantime. Anna appreciates Matt stepping up as the company grow and asks Matt how can she help and make things easier for her. Because Matt is spending a lot of time on  law-level tasks which keep her from doing impactful things. Matt suggests that those tasks should be done by someone more junior so that she could add more value to the company. But at the moment , the company don't really have people to support Matt. Anna promises Matt she will bring that up in the next management meeting and push for more resoures for the team. Matt is appreciated and trys her best to keep up at work"
Could you please help me to complete my composition ?
A:Matt's supervisor Anna brings up that Matt hasn’t been in top form at work lately when privately talking between themselves. Matt says she is indeed having some challengs at work. Her workload has increased quite signicantly as their business has been growing. She is excited about the opportunities but struggling to keep up in the meantime. Anna appreciates Matt for stepping up as the company grows and asks Matt how can she help and make things easier for her. She knows that Matt is spending a lot of time on law-level tasks which keep her from doing impactful things. Matt suggests that those tasks should be done by someone more junior so that she could add more value to the company. But at the moment , the company didn’t really have people to support Matt. Anna promised Matt she will bring that up in the next management meeting and push for more resoures for the team. Matt is appreciated and tries her best to keep up at work.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Matt met Dan to let Dan write Ted a letter asking for a ladder. .
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Q: Matt was diagnosed with hepatitis at the age of fourty, and ever since he has been undergoing therapy in order to avoid his liver failing. He was scared by all the medicines he was supposed to take and had tried some natural remedies, but, as they weren't effective at all, he started a very severe cure. Does this sound natural?
A: The only thing I would change to make it sound a little more natural is:

Instead of:
'He started a very severe cure'
I would say something like:
'He started a very severe course of treatment'.

'Started a very severe cure' kind of sounds like he started MAKING a very severe cure, as opposed to TAKING a very severe cure. 'Cure' is also a word which implies a one-time action, and so 'starting a cure' sounds a bit strange since the word 'starting' implies a lengthy process as opposed to a one-time action.
Q: Matt thought to help her wife and did the landry. But he put color and white together. So, the write pants that her wife favorite turned to pink. Does this sound natural?
A: Matt decided to help his wife and he did the laundry. But he put colorful and white clothes together. So, the white pants that his wife used to love became pink.
Q: Hi "Matt went out for a bite to eat." Does this sound natural?
A: That works, but I would probably say something such as "Matt went out to get food." You could say "Matt went out to grab a bite to eat" but it's slightly clunky and I don't hear it very often.

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