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

The meaning of "Santa" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What do you get if you cross Santa with a duck? -A Christmas Quacker mean?
A: A "Christmas cracker" is a small gift traditionally included at table settings at Christmas in England. It is pulled apart with a cracking sound, and it includes small toys, candy, and a paper crown.
Q: What does A: Santa Claus ain't real?
B: Yes.

Does B think Santa Clause isn't real in this conversation? mean?
A: A asked a declarative question so this means A is asking for a verification/confirmation from B. 'Yes' would mean that the other person agrees with A. So B agrees with A that Santa Claus isn't real.
Q: What does Tell me who has me for secret Santa. mean?
A: secret santa is game with people where people get a number and are suppose to buy a gift for that person with the number and are given said gift on Christmas or a set date
Q: What does Why is Santa so fierce?
Because he sleighs. mean?
A: 😂 It's a wordplay.
sleigh = a sledge drawn by horses or in this cases, santas reindeers
to slay (informal) = to kick ass/greatly impress someone (Tennagers will say 'Slay girl' if one of their girl friends did something good :D)
Q: What does Santa's been mean?
A: "Been" is a past tense word. It's kind of hard to say what it means on its own. It means whatever comes next already happened in the past. It's kind of the same as "was" except "was" usually shows a more specific time frame.

"I've been here before." = "I was here before."

Santa is a popular mythical figure who comes to everyone's houses on Christmas Eve to give them presents, but you probably already knew that :)

"Santa's been to this house every year." means the same as "Santa came to this house every year."

Synonyms of "Santa" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between How long have you believed in Santa? and How long did you believe in Santa? ?
A: Have you believed implies you still do believe in Santa. Did you believe means you don’t anymore
Q: What is the difference between How long have you believed in Santa? and How long did you believe in Santa? ?
A: How long have you believed in Santa implies that either the person has believed in santa to this very day or perhaps recently just stopped believing in Santa.

How long did you believe in Santa implies that the person stopped believing in Santa a while ago or a long time ago and is no longer believing in Santa
Q: What is the difference between Santa Claus and Father Christmas and St Nicholas ?
A: They are all the same as well as Saint Nick.
Q: What is the difference between He was dressed up like Santa. and He was dressed up as Santa. ?
A: They are the same sentence just another way of saying it

Translations of "Santa"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Santa, i still believe in you. Will you come?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Santa viene a meterte gangas por el culo
A: Santa's coming to shove "gangas" up your ass.

no se que son gangas
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Dear Santa We have been good boys and girls throughout the year. Please bring us something nice for Christmas. Does this make sense?
A: It makes sense
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it is Santa Claus, who is coming over to give presents to Mike's family. Everyone is surprised, and it's a good suprise. especially for Mike because he got a bike. And Santa Claus eats a cookie and leaves to continue his work.
A: Santa Clause is coming over to give presents to Mike’s family. Everyone is pleasantly surprised, especially Mike because he received a bike. Santa eats the cookie from Mike’s family and leaves to continue his work.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Santa cachucha
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Other questions about "Santa"

Q: I used to have a Secret Santa when I was a high school student in the US. Does this sound natural?
A: yeah it makes sense, someone you didn't know bought you a Christmas present.
Q: 1- Santa Claus' melodies.

2- Santa Claus melodies. Does this sound natural?
A: Santa Claus' melodies = the melodies that Santa Claus owns or has
Santa Claus melodies = the kind of melodies that make you think of Santa Claus
Q: So we had this Secret Santa thing in class today. Aside from two people not coming to class, guess who the third one at fault is? Yeah, right! Yours truly forgot to buy the gift. Feeling like the worst Santa ever. My Santa was really thoughtful, though. Does this sound natural?
A: So we had this Secret Santa thing in class today. Aside from two people not SHOWING UP IN class, guess who the third one WHO SCREWED UP is? THAT’S right! Yours truly forgot to buy A gift. Feeling like the worst Santa ever. My Santa was really thoughtful, though.
Q: We are heading on over to Santa monica right now Does this sound natural?
Q: You should request a present to Santa claus. Does this sound natural?
A: rather than to it is "from Santa Claus"

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