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

The meaning of "Ally" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> mean?
A: To be on the same side (of an argument)
To be friends
To help each other

Examples:
He <span class="dictionary_keyword">allied</span> himself with the Soviet during the war.
We are allies.
We are not friends but we are allies.
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> mean?
A: Someone who is in your side on a war, competition etc. Opposite of enemy.
Q: What does could pay its old <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> to do so at a fraction of the price. mean?
A: This is a reference to recent rocket launches by North Korea. North Korea's "old <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>" is China. It is saying that, instead of North Korea developing its own rocket technology, it could pay a lot less ("a fraction of the price") for China to send up rockets for it.

Example sentences using "Ally"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> to.
A: If the US chooses to <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> with Mexico they will help us in war.

The royal family has chosen to <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> to the house of York by marrying their children in the future.

Synonyms of "Ally" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He is a clever albeit treacherous <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>. and He is a clever if treacherous <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>. ?
A: Exactly the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> and alliance ?
A: An <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> is a person
An alliance is describing the relationship with the <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> and unite ?
A: Ally is also a verb. "The clan <span class="dictionary_keyword">allied</span> themselves with the neighbouring clan."

If you <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> two armies, they fight together, but are still two armies. If you unite two armies, they become one army.

Translations of "Ally"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> and alley
A: <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>: al-i
alley: al-ee
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> and <span class="dictionary_keyword">allied</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>
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Other questions about "Ally"

Q: I remember him crying sadly by hidding in an ally. does this sound natural?
A: I remember him crying sadly by hiding in an <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>.


It’s just a spelling mistake but other than that it’s re<span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> good!
Q: I think you are not my enemy. but I don't think you are my <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> too.
Because I don't know about you. does this sound natural?
A: “I don’t think you are my enemy, but I don’t think you are my friend either. Because I don’t know you”.

Use “don’t” both times, and use “either” because they are both ‘negative’ and ‘but’ is used.

“too” works better with positive ‘and’ statements, e.g “he is my friend, and she is my friend too”

‘Ally’ is ok, but ‘friend’ is usually ok too.

“I don’t know you” is better than “I don’t know about you” in most cases.

Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> does this sound natural?
A: Depending on how the name is pronounced it could be sounded out liked that, or something sounded out like 'Ahl-lee(like a Chinese surname)'
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span>
admirer
colleague
companion does this sound natural?
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Q: I just want you to know that you can lose <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> countries. A lot of koreans got hurts in their heart because of you Mr. Trump. You've been making koreans very worried. does this sound natural?
A: "‎I just want you to know that you can lose <span class="dictionary_keyword">ally</span> countries. A lot of koreans get hurt in their heart because of you, Mr. Trump."

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