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

The meaning of "Whats" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Whats the difference between cave and a cavern? mean?
A: This question is more about science than English, but- a cavern is a type of cave, naturally formed in soluble (can be dissolved) rock that can form stalactites and stalagmites.
Q: What does Whats mean? mean?
A: It means that 152 countries voted for the UN Compacts proposal on migration(the movement of people between countries), that 12 countries chose not to vote and that 5 countries voted against the proposal. 24 countries were not present to vote.

Does that make it any clearer for you?
Q: What does Whats the mean "coach " in english? mean?
A: When speaking about a person, a "coach" is someone who trains people in sports. When speaking about an action, to "coach" someone means to give them advice.
Q: What does Whats up with that? mean?
A: It means "what is that" or "what's wrong"
Q: What does Whats does mean the expresion "be my guest" i know the literal meaning, but I heard you use like an expresión. Please, only natives from USA give me the answer. Thanks and sorry for my mistakes mean?
A: "What does the expression XXXX mean?"


Example sentences using "Whats"

Q: Please show me example sentences with please Whats the meaning of " to come about ".
A: pasar, ocurrir

It invites a relatively long reply or explanation.

I got a new job today!
Really? How did that come about?
Well, first a friend told me about it, then I went to talk to his boss... etc.

It also means 'girar' in the context of 'barcos' but this is not a common use and probably not what you are looking for.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Whats the meaning of the verb " To sleep over ".
A: thank you so much 🙂🙂👍🏻
Q: Please show me example sentences with Whats Up.
A: hi! whats up?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hello, Whats up ?.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Whats" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Whats the difference among wish, desire and crave? and . ?
A: Crave is usually related to food. Eg: I crave pudding.

Desire can be a bit negative.
Q: What is the difference between Whats and What's or somthing else with s or 's ?
A: Whats is just What’s spelt wrong. When someone is texting, sometimes they get lazy and just put whats instead of what’s. But you should always use what’s instead of whats.

The exception to this is its and it’s which each mean different things. It’s is the combined form of ‘it is’ while its is the possessive form of I️t.

It’s a cat. It’s a bird. It’s happy.
Its tail is long. Its wing is broken.
Q: What is the difference between Whats going on in the building next door? and Whats going on in the building next to door? ?
A: The first one is correct.

Translations of "Whats"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whats the difference Between "NO" and "WITHOUT" ? EXAMPLE: No problem. It couldnt be " Without problem?"
A: NO -> opposite of "YES"
WITHOUT -> opposite of "WITH"

"Without problem" would be incorrect to be used in a sentence. You should either say: "without a problem" or "without problems".

For example:
"I would kill you without problems."
"I would kill you without a problem."
"I would have no problem killing you."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whats the difference between "win over" and "win against"
A: “Win over” is when you get somebody on your side. To “win against” is to simply succeed. “My speech won over the crowd.” “France won against Belgium in the World Cup.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whats the meaning of "i got u fam"
A: Don't worry about it, my friend. I will take care of it (or help you).
That's the most "formal" meaning I can give. It is the same as saying "I've got your back."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whats the meaning of "Ain't it a sin"??
A: That's not a punishable thing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Whats your name?
A: What's your name?
What is your name?

Other questions about "Whats"

Q: Whats the best sentencies to use in airplain?
I need the vocabulary to airport

Sorry for my inglish
A: •David is asking for informations at informations desk.

•Megan and her baby girl are at the check-in counter.

•Stanley can't find his boarding pass.

•Kate's luggage is too heavy for her.

•Brian is putting his belongings on a luggage cart.

•They are helping a midle-aged couple check arrivals board.

•That boy is in the check-in line.

•Billy Joe is going through the metal detector.

These are some situations in an airport.
Q: Whats is correct, IN the World War II or ON the World War II?
A: You would normally say
"In World War ll"
you don't say "the" either :)
Q: Whats the difference between the sound of the letters ch and dge for exemple


A: Ch has more air emitted and you should hear the d a little in dge sounds.

Eg: Badge, charge, wedge, witch
Q: Whats being omitted after "they are" in line 152?
A: They said that are (cool with you being the only adults there).
Q: Whats the difference between English (US) and English (UK) ?
A: 1. Some words have different spellings.
(US) Color
(UK) Colour
(US) Tire
(UK) Tyre

2. Some words exist in (US) that don't exist in (UK) and vice versa.

3. The accents and certain word pronunciations are different.

4. (US) and (UK) slang is completely different.

(US) native speakers and (UK) speakers can easily understand each other, so there isn't too huge of a difference.

However, (US) English tends to be slightly easier to learn.

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