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

The meaning of "Picasso" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Get your Picasso on mean?
A: Do your best at drawing / get ready to draw.
(Picasso is a famous artist)
Q: What does Get your Picasso on mean?
A: Get creative artistically, like painting, drawing etc.

Synonyms of "Picasso" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Picasso is a famous artist whom everyone knows. and Picasso is a famous artist who is known to everyone. ?
A: The two sentences mean the same thing. You can use either sentence, but the second sentence emphasizes "everyone" more by placing it at the end. A native speaker would easily understand your meaning either way.

Translations of "Picasso"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 好男人就是我,我就是Picasso
A: I am a good man,I am Picasso(Don't say this to foreigners,they don't understand)

Other questions about "Picasso"

Q: Picasso soon became famous as an artist.

what do you mean "as" in this sentence?
A: Picasso became famous. He was famous for being an artist. Picasso = artist.

More examples:

He is known as a teacher.
He is a teacher.

YouTube is popular as a video-sharing website.
Youtube = video-sharing website
Q: Picasso always drew a little picture on his paycheck.
Because he knew that everybody would keep the paycheck, and it would never be exchanged.
The episode represents that Picasso was well aware of his own worth so clearly. does this sound natural?
A: 👍 sounds good to me
Q: What can "a Picasso" and "the Picasso" respectively mean?
A: It usually means "a/the painting by Picasso"
Q: "the Picasso exhibit" or "the Picasso exhibition"?
A: Exhibition, could use exhibit if only one painting

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