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

The meaning of "Arms" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to have their arms practically pumped off their shoulders by the energetic Mr Wonka. mean?
A: Mr. Wonka is shaking hands with people. He shakes their hands very hard. If you shake hands with Mr. Wonka, it feels like your shoulder is going to be removed from your body.
Q: What does fold you up into my arms mean?
A: Yeah - a really big tight cuddle
Q: What does her arms SPLAYED OUT to the sides mean?
A: It means her arms are stretched out to both sides.
Q: What does I have like really big arms they're very dense but they're not as details mean?
A: His arms are only big in size, but they dont look nice. A word that people more commonly used is "defined" when talking about muscles.

Q: What does she crossed her arms mean?
A: It means to put your arms like this

Example sentences using "Arms"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "To arms.".
A: This isn't used normally, but in video games and movies you may hear people say it. It means to get your weapons and get ready to fight!

Synonyms of "Arms" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between he’s got his arms around you and he got his arms around you ?
A: They can mean the same thing, especially if you're texting, or just talking in a kind of slang. It's pretty common to use the second as slang for the first sentence.
Or, if it's not meant as slang, the first is in the present tense, asking if he currently has his arms around you, and the second is asking if he had his arms around you at a time in the past.😊
Q: What is the difference between arms and weapon ?
A: Arms is "a combat branch of the military service, as the infantry, cavalry, or field artillery." It is the fight.

Weapons are what they use in the fight.
Q: What is the difference between with his arms folded and with his arms crossed ?
A: They mean the same thing, however, "folded" sounds less aggressive, less angry, than "crossed", but only for a more poetic writing.
Q: What is the difference between small arms and light weapons ?
A: Small arms are guns that are small in size but it doesn't mean that they're weak.

Light weapons could be weapons that don't weigh much.

Translations of "Arms"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "she´s got two arms" . in this sentence referred to with she´s = she is or she has?
A: She has two arms. Asi es correctamente.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We can run straight into your arms
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I sat down , and I used my arms as a pillow to rest a little on the desk.
A: The second "I" is not necessary... Otherwise perfect!
--> " I sat down and used my arms as a pillow to rest a little on the desk."

I think most people would say something like...
--> "I put/laid my head down on the desk and took a little nap."

Hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can fly in my arms
A: no tiene sentido pero "i can fly in YOUR arms" podría significar que este muy feliz y seguro con usted... podría hacer cualquiera

Other questions about "Arms"

Q: Why are you keeping moving your arms? does this sound natural?
A: It is sometimes ok to have two ing verbs (e.g. I'm considering moving to America), but in this case with "keep," we use "keep" in the infinitive so,

Why do you keep moving your arms?
Q: "Raise your arms up and turn them in the right direction like drawing an arch. "

This is an direction of an exercise. does this sound natural?
A: I would use the word rotate instead of turn. You "turn" your body, you "rotate" your arms.
Q: Put your arms on the sides of your body. does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good if you're telling the other person to perform that (from the picture) directly. "Put THE arms on the sides of THE body" if you're advising someone to literally change the pose of a character weather its a drawing or a fig for reference.
Q: "put your arms sideward" does this sound natural?
A: "Put your arms out from your sides"
Q: Raise your arms to your sides and thumbs up! does this sound natural?
A: 「Raise your arms to the side with your thumbs up」か「Raise your arms to the side, thumbs up」のほうが自然だと思う

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