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

The meaning of "Autumn" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does your autumn years mean?
A: I'm not entirely sure. I think it is a play on "golden years," which typically refers to retirement age and up, meaning the best years of your life since you no longer have to work. I've never heard it referred to as "Autumn Years," though.

eg. "I'm working hard now so I can enjoy my golden years!"

There is also a T.V show called "The Golden Girls" about a funny group of older ladies who live together that are mostly widowed/divorced.
Q: What does autumn mean?
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Q: What does late autumn mean? mean?
A: There are 4 seasons, autumn is one of them. Late autumn is when it's nearly winter (i.e. The end of autumn)
Q: What does " for autumn has already arrived" mean?
A: "ya a llegado el otoño"

Example sentences using "Autumn"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Now is autumn but want to come back summer once again.
A: You would write that as: It's now autumn but I'd like to come back in the summer again.

also if you were in America you would probably use Fall, since Autumn is UK English ::)
Q: Please show me example sentences with autumn.
A: Autumn is the best time of the year
When summer is over, you'll start seeing the autumn colors coming in
Children go back to school in autumn
Autumn is called "fall" in America
Q: Please show me example sentences with autumn leaves .
A: The autumn leaves were very colorful

Synonyms of "Autumn" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between autumn and fall ?
A: Fall is a North American word

Autumn is the word used in other English dialects

They mean the same thing, they are just used in different dialects
Q: What is the difference between autumn and fall ?
A: Fall is used in the US and autumn in the UK
Q: What is the difference between I prefer autumn to summer. and I like autumn better than summer. ?
A: They both mean the same thing. The “prefer” one sounds a bit more formal.
Q: What is the difference between autumn and fall ?
A: Fall is the word usually used in the United States and autumn is the word usually used in England.
Q: What is the difference between autumn and fall ?
A: They mean the same thing. You can use them interchangeably.

Translations of "Autumn"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I fall like we've been falling down like these autumn leaves.
A: The sentence would be:

"I feel like we've been falling down like these autumn leaves."

'down' and 'these' are a bit redundant... unless there is context (like a picture). More normally:

"I feel like we've been falling like autumn leaves."

If you don't know the sender, it could well be an attempt at seductive poetry. 😊
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? autumn
A: It's tricky. Most American English speakers become lazy pronouncing the 'T'. I will pronounce it both ways. First time I'll say it properly. Second time I'll say it with a lazy American accent.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? she was born in autumn or she was born on autumn
A: She was born in autumn
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? autumn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? autumn
A: We say "fall" more, but autumn is also correct.

Other questions about "Autumn"

Q: I wonder where autumn is…
I feel winter arrived. Does this sound natural?
A: "I wonder where autumn is... I feel like winter has arrived."
Q: I love autumn.
I wanna travel to somewhere whith somebody, and meet someone in my travel. Does this sound natural?
A: I love Autumn.
I want to travel somewhere with somebody or meet someone while travelling.
Q: I go to Swiss this autumn Does this sound natural?
A: @keikokeiko: I am going to Switzerland this autumn.
Q: In autumn, you might have to wear an extra dress. Does this sound natural?
A: "In autumn, you might have to wear extra clothing." Unless you meant an actual dress, rather than pieces of clothing in general.
Q: The autumn leaves are changing color. It seems that the real autumn has come. Does this sound natural?
A: Don't say the word autumn twice. Say 'The leaves are changing color. Autumn has arrived’.

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