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

The meaning of "Women" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Women were conditioned to expect lower wages than men.
What does "condition" mean in this case. And please give me more usage of the verb form of "condition". Thank you in advance. mean?
A: It means society modified their behavior, taught them, forced them to expect lower wages. The idea being that women, had they not been taught by society that they "deserve" lower wages, would expect equivalent wages. I'm guessing.
Q: What does Women are made to second-guess any decision they make that does not put their baby 100 percent first.

Can you please explain to me? I quite am not clear. mean?
A: That statement is saying that women naturally question any decision that does not prioritize the wellbeing put their child.
Q: What does Women can say buddy too lol It’s more common among men, but yes women say buddy too.😂😂 mean?
A: It means: “women say (to each other) buddy too”.
Although I personally haven’t heard a girl calling another girl a “buddy”.
lol = 笑
Q: What does Women and telephones repeat what they hear, but only the telephone repeats it exactly. mean?
A: Hahahha it means women like to gossip or they never say what was exactly said. 😂

Synonyms of "Women" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Women are offered more varieties of shoes' colors than men and Women are offered more varieties of shoes' colors than men ARE ?
A: The second one doesn’t make sense. Just use the first one! :)
Q: What is the difference between Women occupy 90%. and Women account for 90% ?
A: It depends on the situation. If 90% of the chairs in a movie theater were taken up by women I would say “women are occupying 90% of the seats” but if I was at a party and 90% of the people there were women I would say “women account for 90% of people at this party”. Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between Women and Woman ?
A: Woman is singular, but women is plural
Q: What is the difference between Women and Woman ?
A: women is plural (many)
woman is singular (only one)
Q: What is the difference between Women beat man and Women win man ?
A: A woman beat a man. A woman won against a man. Women beat men. (in kendo) Women win against men. (In kendo)

Translations of "Women"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Women
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 女性は花が咲くように、輝くために生まれてきた Women were born to be shining just as like flowers bloom.
A: A woman was born to shine like a flower blooms
Or Women were born to shine like blooming flowers.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Women and Woman
A: If your question is how would you say it in portuguese, then it would be Mulheres and Mulher

Other questions about "Women"

Q: Women have specific problem like a period, a menopausal disorder.
The older women become, the easier they become obesity and disease.

Please correct
A: Since periods are natural to every female body, you can't call them a disorder or specific problem, even. A hellish nightmare? Sure, haha. But more importantly, periods and menopause are two completely different things (menopause is actually the absence and eventual stop of periods when females get much older). So you should make it clear that you're addressing two different things, and not say 'specific' since it actually is not. It would be best to put them in separate sentences as well. Also, I don't know what your sentence is for, but you should most definitely cite research for the part about saying that obesity and disease are directly linked with periods and/or female aging... you don't have many grammatical errors, but honestly, the meaning of what you were trying to convey is very difficult to grasp.
Q: Women with children are perceived that they can't concentrate on work as much as women without children. does this sound natural?
A: Women with children are perceived to be less able to concentrate at work than women without children
Q: "I was supprised that Women's beauty care is much different between French and Japanese. I didn't translated the topic into English this time because I guess only Japanese women interested in it." does this sound natural?
A: @Sakurinko There are 4 small changes.

1. surprised

2. "so different" - "much different" can be a natural phrase, but not here.

3. "didn't translate" - this is past tense but the verb "translate"doesn't change.

4. "women are interested"

"I was surprised that women's beauty care is so different between French and Japanese. I didn't translate the topic into English this time because I guess only Japanese women are interested in it."
Q: Women tend to having fun by speaking ill of someone else . does this sound natural?
A: @ninaka: women tend to have fun by speaking ill (or badly about) of someone else
Q: Women have an advantage in terms of learning language compared to men.
does this sound natural?
A: I would make "language" plural.
So instead of "learning language," put "learning languages" :)

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