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

The meaning of "Ash" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It bites me in the ash mean?
A: It's ass not ash. So basically "It bites me in the ass." means that there will be negative consequences. For example, If you don't study, it will bite you in the ass later." Meaning you will fail.
Q: What does Walking on the ashes mean?
A: Depende del resto del contexto. Pero la traducción gramatical directa sería “Caminando sobre cenizas”.
Q: What does ash boy mean?
A: Yea, maybe it's a atage name or a nickname .... there might be a personal story as to how he got that name but by itself it has no special meaning in English.
Q: What does to ash mean?
A: No existe el verbo “to ash”. “Ash” es un sustantivo que significa “ceniza”.
Q: What does "ash shavings" in the sentences: "Elphaba opened the wooden box. From a pile of ash shavings she withdrew a shoe, and then another." mean?
A: Wood shavings.

Example sentences using "Ash"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ash.
A: e.g : In the ash, you see?
Q: Please show me example sentences with ash.
A:




Why don't they just recede into the ash heap of history already?

He made the ash fall off of his cigarette.

Don't let the ash hit the ground!

The ash from the volcano is floating in the air.

I put my finger in the ash and then I wrote words on the wall with it.

Q: Please show me example sentences with "If it burns into ashes, who takes the sense of responsibility for it" please show me how to use it
Is it idiom?? If it's not, please show me what does this mean?? .
A: Corrected, it should be:
"If it burns into ashes, who takes responsibility for it"

"sense of responsibility" - is a feeling
"takes responsibility" - is the the action of bearing the blame for something
Q: Please show me example sentences with ash.
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Synonyms of "Ash" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ashes and cinders ?
A: Cinder usually means there is a bit left to burn. The fire is dying, but not extinguished.

Ash is what remains when there is no more material to burn. The fire is out and you have only gray power left.
Q: What is the difference between ash and cinder ?
A: Ash= the remainders of a fire, the dust like material.
Cinders= wood that has been burned and has separated from the main fire
Q: What is the difference between ash and ember ?
A: Ash is dry and cooled parts of the fire. Ember is lit and typically hot.
-Please sweep the ashes from the fireplace-
-Those embers need to be turned so they keep burning-
Q: What is the difference between ashes and cinder ?
A: ash refers to the powdery residue left after burning of a substance
like cigarette ashes

cinder refers to a small piece of partly burnt coal or wood that has stopped giving off flames but still has combustible matter in it
e.g. there's a cold hearth full of cinders
Q: What is the difference between ash and cinder ?
A: Probably they are just synonyms.
"Ashes" refers to the remains of burned wood. "Cinder" is used for more concrete material or something that just partially burned.

Translations of "Ash"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ashes
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ash mujhe manoj ke ghar pe dinner karna h ?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Turned into ash
A: turned into ash??
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ashes
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Other questions about "Ash"

Q: what does 'to ash a cigarette' mean?
A: Kind of like put the cigarette out,preventing the cigarette to burn further more for safety concerns.
Q: Falling like ashes to the ground . how does it sound? Does this sound natural?
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Q: From the ashes of the 1950-53 Korean War, thanks to people's efforts who were living in Korea at the time led Korea today's degree. Young generations should respect to elderly people, but... Does this sound natural?
A: From the ashes of the 1950-53 Korean War, thanks to people who were living in Korea at the time led Korea today's degree. Young generations should have respect to elderly people, but... does this sound natural?
Q: What does "ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks" mean? It's from a song of Beyoncé
A: This is different version of the old saying "Ashes to ashes, dust to dust" usually used to describe the death of someone or something.
A 'side chick' is a women who is not a man's wife or girlfriend but has relations with the male while he is in a relationship.
"Ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks" doesn't really make sense.

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