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

The meaning of "Aunt" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a crazy aunt who’s shut up in an attic mean?
A: This sort of thing is usually said as a joke, and it is not meant to be taken literally. The basic idea is that you have a family member who is so strange or embarrassing that you stay away from them or keep them away from the ‘regular’ members of the family.
Q: What does my aunt will be down presently mean?
A: will be down = will come downstairs
presently = soon
Q: What does his late aunt Judy mean?
A: the use of late in this sentence means aunt Judy has passed away (died)

Example sentences using "Aunt"

Q: Please show me example sentences with aunt..
A: thank you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with aunt.
A: My mother’s sister is my aunt. My aunt and I look alike. If you met my aunt you would think she was my sister!
Q: Please show me example sentences with aunt (and can you speak too?).
A: I love my aunt
Q: Please show me example sentences with Giddy aunt.
A: Oh my giddy aunt, that cake is huge! It's similar to 'oh my gosh' or 'oh my days'. Some other common phrases are : beat around the bush, this is to avoiding a topic and not speaking directly about an issue. Another one is: 'don't judge a book by its cover', this means that you can't judge something based on its appearance. To 'cut corners' is to do a job badly to save time or money. The phrase 'a piece of cake' can be used to describe a task or some kind of activity which is very easy or simple. 'In the heat of the moment' means things which are happening in a moment which causes someone to be overwhelmed and sometimes make impulsive desicions. I hope that's useful!

Synonyms of "Aunt" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between aunt and ant ?
A: 1) ant
2) aunt
3) aunt

there are two ways to say aunt.
Q: What is the difference between sister-in-law and aunt ?
A: Aunt can be pronounced two ways. And I think both are used in UK and US though they’ll sound a bit different because accents.
Q: What is the difference between I am at my aunt's house. and I am in my aunt's house. ?
A: @LoooooN: they're basically the same thing except some people might say 'at my aunt's house' when they have arrived, e.g. they are outside it
Q: What is the difference between aunts and aunties ?
A: There's no difference.
Some people just say "aunt", and some say "auntie".

Translations of "Aunt"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "When I was young, my aunt and uncle looked after me" en voz pasiva
A: When I was young, I was looked after by my aunt and uncle.
- no problem. sounds good either way. both common. if in doubt, use yours.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? my aunt's daughter
A: My cousin
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what do you called your aunt's husband in English?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? aunt?
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ant?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? does aunt and ant have same pronunciation
A: @AnouarL: yes it's correct

Other questions about "Aunt"

Q: Sometimes my aunt takes guests in summer season. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, you just need to add 'the' before summer season and remove season because the summer is already known to be a season.
Sometimes my aunt takes guests in the summer.
Q: my aunt is sick, she has a problem with their blood. I don't remember the name of that sickness, all i know is that she needs dialysis three times for week does this sound natural?
A: It'll be better if you say 'my aunt is sick. She has a blood problem. I don't remember the name of that sickness, all I know is that she needs dialysis three times a week'
Q: "She runs with my aunt" does this sound natural?
A: Yes. It's good.
Q: I'll stay at my aunt's house tonight. She is on night duty, so I can't see her though. does this sound natural?
A: 文章は大丈夫です。でもこの言い方はもっと自然です。
Your sentence is fine, but the following are more natural:
"I'll be staying at my aunt's house tonight. However, as she is on night duty, I won't be able to see her."
"I'll be staying at my aunt's house tonight. However, I won't be able to see her, as she is on night duty."
Q: ​​"I'm sure your aunt and uncle are so nice." or "I think your aunt and uncle are so nice."

Which one is better?
A: It depends on the context. "I'm sure your aunt and uncle are so nice." Would imply that you don't know them. "I think your aunt and uncle are so nice." Would mean that you have already met and spoke with the person's aunt and uncle. I hope this makes any sense 😁

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