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

The meaning of "Adj" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does get your (adj) hat on mean?
A: A similar expression (but one that is used in only one way) would be "get/put your big boy pants on" meaning "to be responsible" like an adult ought to. It's something you'd say to someone who is immature and can slightly insulting or a friendly joke, depending on your relationship to the person you say it to.
Q: What does sheer(adj.) mean?
A: I’m not sure what Patan is trying to say but it’s not correct.

Sheer can mean two things usually. One, it can be a straight or steep vertical. For example, a sheer cliff would be a cliff that rises straight up that you couldn’t climb because it is straight up.

It can also mean complete or total. Like “that was sheer fun.” Meaning “that was completely fun”
Q: What does boarding (adj) mean?
A: It depends on the noun.
Boarding ‘pass’ (tarjeta de embarque) I need my boarding pass to get onto the plane
Boarding ‘school’ (internado)- Katie missed her parents during term time when she was at boarding school
Boarding house (pensión) They stayed in a boarding house when working in the city but returned home at the weekend.
Q: What does driven as an adj mean?
A: ambitious or motivated
He is driven to get good grades and attend a great college.

Q: What does leaping (adj) mean?
A: Leaping is a type of jumping. Kind of like running fast and making a big jump at the end is a leap.

Example sentences using "Adj"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "close-knit"(adj).
A: They are a close-knit family and they get along very well.

The football team is a close-knit group of players who always do their best.

The close-knit group of co-workers went out to eat after work.

I am happy to have such a close-knit group of friends.
Q: Please show me example sentences with intricate (adj).
A: 1) The rug design was very intricate.
2) She had an intricate personality.
3) The intricate drawing of a turtle won first place.

I hope this is helpful!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Able(adj) .
A: I'm able to swim.
I wasn't able to escape.
She wasn't able to meet him.
He may be able to come tomorrow.
I'm not able to speak Turkish.
Q: Please show me example sentences with So + (adj./adv.) + that

Such (a/an) + (adj.) + noun+ that.
A: It's so hot that I have to remove my shirt.

It's such a delicious food that I want to eat it all the time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with seasoned(adj).
A: Having had salt, pepper, herbs, or spices added (with food)
He seasoned the chicken with spices.

For use as timber by adjusting its moisture content. (with wood)
It is made from seasoned, untreated oak wood.

Experienced; accustomed to particular conditions.
She is a seasoned traveler.

Synonyms of "Adj" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cloying (adj) and saccharine (adj) ?
A: The second I'm seeing now for the first time. So I'm guessing it is not used much.😁
Q: What is the difference between diverse (adj) and diversed (adj) and diversing (adj) ?
A: To start with, "diverse" just means very different. For example, English and German are diverse languages, and yet sometimes you will find similarities.

I don't remember ever seeing the words "diversed" or "diversing". I don't think they're right. If "diverised" is a word, it means exactly the same as "diverse".
Q: What is the difference between varied (adj) and various (adj) ?
A: They mean almost the same thing.

For example, "The sky is varied shades of blue" means it isn't just one shade of blue, there are different shades of blue in the sky.

For example, "I need to buy various things - food, clothes, and paper" means I need to buy different kinds of things.
Q: What is the difference between quite + adj. and pretty + adj. and a bit + adj. ?
A: quite and pretty are almost always the same, but a bit is used for comparison and means it is a slight difference
Quite funny = pretty funny
A bit funnier/quite a bit funnier (stronger with quite).

The comedian was quite funny, and the warm up act was pretty funny too; they could have been a bit funnier, though.

Translations of "Adj"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Please, how do to it? tell the adj
A: 2 responsible
5 successful
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 당연한 (adj)
A: obvious
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 국내산의(adj)
A: domestic/local
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 低調的(adj.) /低調(n.)
A: 低調的(adj.) => low-key; low-profile
低調 => low-profile
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is (adj) to (verb). Ex It is hard to see.
A: What is difficult to understand?

Other questions about "Adj"

Q: What is the exact adj to describe a person who has a gigantic amount of cash and used it unthinkingly for entertainment purpose? It is 'sa đọa' in Vietnamese. And it can also use to describe your day, in addition. Idk if 'lavish or utterly depraved' may right or wrong (but it must be in a negative literary sound and meaning).
A: Squandering would be a negative word for spending and wasting money. You can squander money or time, it means to spend it recklessly. "The bank loaned him money for school but he squandered it on expensive cars."

Splurge is another one but we use it positive too, "I splurged and booked a room with a balcony"
Q: what does can mean , like an adj
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Q: What is the adj for someone always interfering other's life and business? Is it "Noisy"?
A: Close :) It's actually "nosy."
Q: does witty (adj) and witticim (noun)
uses commonly daily English language ?snd does the synonymous is funny?
A: Do you mean witticism? "Witty" is a pretty common word to describe someone who is funny in a "smart" or "intelligent" way. Sometimes they're trying to be funny, but failing. "Witticism" is a short phrase that is meant to teach a lesson in wisdom in a smart and funny way. Benjamin Franklin and Mark Twain had the most famous witticisms.
Q: I need to know an adj describes the man who believe that business is business and prefer his work to the compliments
A: There is no single adjective for it, you could try something like "driven" or "business minded" or "very professional."

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