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

The meaning of "Pardon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Pardon me, Minister. But as it happens, we can. mean?
A: Excuse me Minister (the Minister is the person in charge of the Ministry of Magic). In fact we can (produce a witness).
Q: What does Pardon?? mean?
A: excuse me in a formal way
Q: What does Pardon my French mean?
A: It's a silly way for people to try to excuse themselves for saying something vulgar, like a curse word.
Q: What does "Pardon my nose." mean?
A: This is unusual, I've not heard of it. It might be informal and meant as a joke. I assume his nose was weird or something.

Example sentences using "Pardon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Pardon me.
A: It can be used the same as “excuse me.” We don’t use it much these days in American English. Most people just use “excuse me” or “sorry.”

“Pardon me, can you tell me where the restroom is?”

Can also mean, “I’m sorry” when you are accidentally rude. For example, you bump into someone: “pardon me!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with Pardon.
A: “Pardon me”
“Pardon my french”
“Please pardon me from the charges”
“I think he should be pardoned”
Q: Please show me example sentences with Pardon my French.
A: You use it to apologise for swearing:
"He's a f***ing idiot... Pardon my french"

I've heard people say "excuse my French" too
Q: Please show me example sentences with Pardon my French.
A: Pardon my French, but fuck off asshole

Synonyms of "Pardon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Pardon and Excuse me ?
A: You say "excuse me" for something you are about to do and "pardon me" for something you have already done. In common usage they are often used interchangably but that is technically incorrect.
Q: What is the difference between Pardon me? and Pardon? ?
A: Usually you're more likely to here "pardon me" when someone needs to get past you, and "pardon?" when you've misheard something or are confused, but otherwise they are fairly synonymous. And I would say, it's less common in the U.S., yes
Q: What is the difference between Pardon me and Excuse me ?
A: In America, I feel the phrase 'Pardon me' is more formal.

You are more likely to hear 'Excuse me'.

Other than that, there isn't much of a difference. I hope this helped.
Q: What is the difference between Pardon me? and Excuse me? ?
A: Pardon me is more formal, in my opinion.
Q: What is the difference between "Pardon me." and "Excuse me." ?
A: Pardon me is more polite, but I've heard both used in the same sentence before. There's barely any difference, they mean the same thing. I'm pretty sure that pardon me came from French, and excuse me came from German.

Translations of "Pardon"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Pardon
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Pardon
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Pardon
A: I'm sorry or excuse me
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Pardon
A: @daredevilisabella
excuse me

Other questions about "Pardon"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Pardon.
A: Pardon. Note, I pronounce the "o" as a lowercase "i" sound. "par-din"

"pardon."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Pardon my broken English..
A: Good morning too! You’re welcome! If you need any more help from me, I can help you through other social media’s if you want to! :) Have a great day
Q: "Pardon us for the interuption"←Could you change this sentence in particular "pardon, interuption" into other expressions? I have a image that the word "pardon" is only used by one word "Pardon?"

And also could you change "price-conscious" into other expressions?
Thank you! : )
A:
“notice” is just like “information” or “info” or “warning” or “announcement” given to you by someone.
it just means... “thing that tells you some information”
“i got a notice about the noise. you’ll have to be quieter, travis.” (they got a paper saying they’re too noisy)
“there’s an announcement on when the song will start.”

for my example:
“please excuse us for the unwanted announcement.”
“please excuse us for this info that you don’t want.”

for scarlet-HEART’s:
“dear sir, we know that you don’t want this notice. sorry/please forgive.”
“dear (person), we know you didn’t ask for this info, so we’re sorry.”
or something like that.

hope this is hepful!!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Pardon
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Q: If I could't hear what he/she said, what should I say?
Pardon me? Excuse me? Say again.
Which is better when I ask to my friends?
A: Between close friends, you can use "come again?"

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