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

The meaning of "Associate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does She can only associate with suitable. mean?
A: Well, that certainly changes things. "Suitable children" = children that suit Clara, children whose association would be good for her. While this is generic, we can assume that it refers to children who don't belong to lower (poorer or less noble) classes.
Q: What does welcoming our associates mean?
A: Associate = co-worker = colleague

Welcoming = to invite

“Welcome to my home!”
“Welcome to work”
Q: What does When your associate Fancy cut me loose mean?
A: It's hard to tell without context who Fancy is, but "Fancy" sounds like a name.
"When your associate" means "when your partner", usually means business partner. "Cut me loose" is slang for "let me go".
Q: What does (associated) mean?
A: it means thats its connected or related to it ^^

Example sentences using "Associate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with associate.
A: I don’t associate myself with him. He’s very rude.
Q: Please show me example sentences with associated.
A: My business is associated with my friend's.
Q: Please show me example sentences with associate.
A: i associate my mom with the scent of tress
Q: Please show me example sentences with associate.
A: @Erika01: thank you so much
Q: Please show me example sentences with associated with.
A: Are you associated with those girls?

I happen to be associated with him, if you are interested.

I would like to get associated with her.

Synonyms of "Associate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between an associate and a partner ?
A: Okay thanks.

In that case think of it as a level of how senior a person is:

CEO, CIO, COO = heads of the company and the business

Partner = the highest level of professional status in a company

Associate = middle to senior level. Usually between 3-7 years experience

Analyst = Junior entry level / beginner with between 1-5 years of experience.

These levels are mostly used in finance, banking and legal law firms.

Partner is the title that every professional wants to get to. It can take from 10yrs experience to get there.

Associate is supervisor level.
Q: What is the difference between criminal associates and conspirator ?
A: criminal associates would be people who helped a criminal commit a crime and conspirator would be somebody who planned a criminal act or somebody who helped them behind the scenes. sometimes they can mean the same thing though
Q: What is the difference between associate and assistant ?
A: It depends on the field, but an assistant is generally an administrative position with tasks like filing, preparing memos, tracking calendars, and greeting visitors. An associate can be anything really. We call all of our employees "associates" where I work.
Q: What is the difference between associated with and in association with ?
A: association is all about whether any kind of relationship exists. "Associated with" is when one of the members of the relationship is the topic. "in association with" is used when the relationship is the topic. That's the best way I can explain it.
I am not associated with him. (I am not working with or linked with him in any way. People do not see a relationship between me and him. [The homeless man is not associated with the business man]).
Salt is usually found in association with pepper. (There is a relationship between them and that's what I'm trying to point out).

"associated with" I think is more common and if you use it by default your meaning should be understood. Don't worry about it.

Translations of "Associate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? associated
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? associate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? associate
A: "Associate" = coworker (noun)

or

"Associate" = relate to (verb)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? associate
A: Associate?

Other questions about "Associate"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce associate.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce associated.
A: There are two ways of pronouncing it, one with a s sound and one with a sh sound.
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He associates people widely and shallowly, so he has a lot of friends, but doesn't have any real friends. does this sound natural?
A: He associates with many people, but only on a superficial level. That's why he has many (a lot of) friends, but doesn't have any real/close friends.
Q: (Sorry, but I want to ask only native speakers.)

He associates people widely and shallowly, so he doesn't have any real friends. does this sound natural?
A: I think this would make more sense;
"He doesn't associate with many people, so he doesn't have any real friends"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce associated .
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