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

The meaning of "Republic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The Republic of Ireland has the 26 original counties of the 32 of Ireland. mean?
A: It means (judging solely by your excerpt, as I've no knowledge about this) - Ireland (geographically speaking) has 32 counties. Out of which, 26 are regarded original (for whatever reason) and the republic of Ireland is instated upon these

Example sentences using "Republic"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I teach English in the Czech Republic and my students write sentences like below because of the word order in their language:
In the picture is a man.
In the house is a woman..
A: That structure is okay, I suppose. It is a lot more common when you are describing things. If they are merely trying to give information - i.e. if someone asked, ”what is in the picture?” - both versions would sound fine. Colloquially, it's normally with ”there is/are” as it allows us to include more objects fluently.

Synonyms of "Republic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between G.O.P and Republic Party ?
A: GOPとRepublican Partyは同じ意味です。「GOP」は「Grand Old Party」の頭字語で、アメリカの共和党のあだ名であります。

例えば
- The GOP typically supports a smaller federal government.
- The republican party typically supports a smaller federal government.
どちらでも使えます!

Translations of "Republic"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? happy Republic Day
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? happy Republic day everyone
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Other questions about "Republic"

Q: The Czech Republic, with its position in the heart of Europe, is rich in haunted both medieval and modern castles. With so many castles it may be difficult to choose just a few because every castle has a ghost. However, let's read about some of the most haunted castles in our country. Does this sound natural?
A: The Czech Republic, with its position in the heart of Europe, is filled with haunted castles both medieval and modern ones. With so many castles it may be difficult to choose just a few because every castle has a story of a ghost. However, let's read about some of the most haunted castles in our country.
Q: As usual, I defended the Republic of Korea with the view of North Korea. Does this sound natural?
A: The sentence doesn't quite make sense to me. If you are against the views of North Korea, you can rewrite it as "as usual, I defended the Republic of Korea from the North Koreans' views" or "as usual, I'm against the views of North Korea by defending the Republic of Korea."
Q: The Italian Republic saw through concerned eyes the tragedies in Chernobyl, thus has distanced itself from nuclear power by decommissioning it’s four last reactors as for 1987 Does this sound natural?
A: After seeing the tragedies in Chernobyl, Italy distanced itself from nuclear power, decommissioning it’s last four reactors in 1987.
Q: Republic Day is an offical national holiday in Turkey. Republic Day marks the creation of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Acording to Atatürk, Republic Day is Turkey's most important holiday. We celebrate Republic Day on October 29 every year. Schools are usually closed on that day. Many people go to stadiums on October 29 to watch performances. Parades are usually on streets. People is participating in parades with flags and musical bands. Many people visit Atatürk in the Anıtkabir Does this sound natural?
A: Most of it is great, but I would change

“People is participating in parades
with flags and musical bands.” To

“People participate in parades with flags and musical bands.
Q: In 1928, after the Turkish Republic was founded, government decided to change the alphabet and since that time we have been using Latin alphabet.

In 1930s Ataturk and government decided to take it to the next step. They wanted to change some arabic words with the Turkish equivalents. Problem is that many words at the time didn't even have any Turkish equivalents, so linguists tried to create those on their own. That wasn't very efficient policy in my opinion. Does this sound natural?
A: ​​In 1928, after the Turkish Republic was founded, the government decided to change the alphabet, and since then we have been using the Latin alphabet.

In the 1930s, Ataturk and the government decided to take it to the next step. They wanted to change some arabic words into Turkish equivalents. The problem is that many of the words at the time didn't even have any Turkish equivalents, so linguists tried to create those on their own. That wasn't a very efficient policy in my opinion.

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