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

The meaning of "Sir" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Sir, I’m afraid all I can do is offer you in-store credit. You can use it at any of our locations. In this sentence, what does “credit” mean? mean?
A: money, usually on a plastic gift card that can only be used at that retailer, or any of their locations.
Q: What does I am Sir Jeffery. mean?
A: @Ri-na “Sir” is his title. He is a knight.
Q: What does Dear Sir, you have to transfer the amount stated in the cost estimate mean?
A: you need to wire the amount they told you earlier to them
Q: What does "Sir,it could be damned near anything" mean?
A: It could be almost anything. Damned near is used for emphasis.

Example sentences using "Sir"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Subject :Mtg invite
Dear Sir, We would like to book your time for the said meeting as per date and time mentioned.
Option 1#We look forward to *this or the* session..
Option2#We look forward to introduce ourselves & greatly appreciate your time.
.
A: I would probably say: We look forward to meeting you, and appreciate your time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Sir..
A: thank you
Q: Please show me example sentences with Sir aap kab tak aa rahe hain?.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Sir" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Sir and Mr. ?
A: Mr. is like an honorific. さん is the best translation (but only for men). You can attach mr. to names

"(student to teacher) Thank you, Mr. Smith. I really had no idea how to solve this."

Sir stands on its own. It completely replaces the name.

"(younger person to older stranger) Thank you, sir. I wouldn't know what to do without you."

Sir is also a title in Britian to recognize someone who is honored by the royal government as a knight. Only certain people can be called this way. Some examples: Sir Issac Newton, Sir Elton John, etc.
Q: What is the difference between You sir are genius. and Sir you are genius. ?
A: They mean the same thing, the first one is just more dramatic.
Q: What is the difference between Sir and Lord ?
A: "Lord" is something only now used in royal titles or royal families.

"Sir," is something of a term of respect, especially in certain fields, or used to refer to someone who you don't know the name of.

Translations of "Sir"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sir, could you tell me where are barely racist in America? states. please.
A: @seohyunlee9412
america is a very versatile country that holds many races. however, wherever you go, there will be racism.
in my opinion, midwest states are to be avoided at all costs if you want to avoid racism. states like oklahoma, iowa, nebraska, kansas, etc.
populous cities such as new york city, boston, honolulu, and LA have the most variety of races. NYC and LA have many cities dedicated to different countries (many east asian countries) such as Korea town, China town, and Japan town.
Smaller, less populous areas will have more racist people since they have less exposure to people of different cultures and colors of skin.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sir ne ek note likhwaya
A: Sir got a note written.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sir mujhse aapka mobile number kho gaya hai warna main aapko call karta
A: your mobile number has deleted from me then I was about to make a call you
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sir app dress laye he
A: do you bring dress sir
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello Sir and Ma,am i am new here
A: You said it correctly in your question.

Other questions about "Sir"

Q: Dear Sir or Madam

I'm currently looking for a job.
And I am very interested in the work in Zouk.
I attached my resume and cover letter.
Please take this.

I am very very looking forward to getting contact from you.

sincerely Does this sound natural?
A: I am currently looking for a new career and I am interested with the opportunities over at Zouk.

Attached herewith is my cover letter and CV. I am available for an interview at your convenience.

I look forward to a favorable response.
Q: Dear Sir,
I bought a camera on your Internet shop, but I got the wrong camera model NP333 instead of NP339.Also, I have no instruction manual for it.
I demand you to solve this misunderstanding.
I think you should give me the camera model NP339, and I ,in turn, give back you the wrong model.
Sincerely,
(for example)Ivan Ivanov

Is it sound normal?
Comment my mistakes, please. Does this sound natural?
A: Dear Sir,
I bought a camera on your Internet shop, but I got the wrong camera model, NP333, instead of NP339. I also did not receive an instruction manual. I would like it if I could exchange the NP333 for the NP339.

Sincerely,
(for example) Ivan Ivanov

This would be better ^^
Q: Dear Sir,
This summer I have want to get a job as a waiter at your cafe.It is an impirtant for me, because I need a lot of money to pay for my studies.
I am a man, 19 years old, tall and strong.I have a basic education.I was not in prison.
Last summer I worked as a waiter at the cafe Coffee Break.
Sincerely,
Ivan Ivanov

Is it sound normal?
Comment my mistakes, please.

Notice:
In my country summer vacation lasts for 3 month =)

P.S.
All information written above is not real. Does this sound natural?
A: Firstly I wouldn't write about "I need a lot of money to pay.." Then why do you write about "tall and strong"? Replace it with characteristic like "flexible and reliable".

Dear Sir,
I was captivated by your café and I would want to apply for a job as a waiter there.
I am 19 years old man with a basic education and my criminal record is clean since I was born. I'm reliable, flexible and friendly person. (FOR EXAMPLE)
Last summer I was working as the waiter for the café named "Coffee Break".

Sincerely,
Ivan Ivanov

If I have some mistakes in my text, please correct me :)
Q: Sir, thank you so much for (giving me tutor / tutoring me) for all this time. I've got A1 for my English subjest in recent examination. Does this sound natural?
A: Teacher, thank you so much for tutoring / teaching me. I have gotten A1 for my English in my recent examination.

(by the way, where are you from? this grading system seems like a country i know)
Q: which one is correct?
1. Sir, would you make a way down the bus?
3. Sir, would you make away down the bus?
A: "Sir, would you make your way down the bus?" would be better (:

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