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

The meaning of "Award" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does winning award publications mean?
A: Award-winning ... → 賞を受賞した ...

Publications → 出版物

“Award-winning publications” → “受賞歴のある出版物”
Q: What does up for an award mean?
A: It means they are nominated for an award.
Q: What does award mean?
A: a prize or other mark of recognition given in honor of an achievement
Q: What does award mean?
A: It can be both a noun and a verb
Noun: something that is given to you in honor of something special that you did.
She won a lot of awards for being a good citizen.
Verb: to honor someone by treating them
She rewarded her dog by taking him for a walk.
Q: What does award mean?
A: Award: something that can be giving as a gift after you do something good or nice

Example sentences using "Award"

Q: Please show me example sentences with award.
A: She won an award for being the best speller in school. (Award as a noun)

She awarded him a trophy for winning the race. (Award as a verb)
Q: Please show me example sentences with award .
A: i got a math award.
my coworker received an award for being the most hardworking.
she was awarded with money.

Synonyms of "Award" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between an award and a reward ?
A: An award = the Nobel Prize, the Olympics, The Oscars, The Grammys
A reward = a pay raise, a job promotion, time to relax, a vacation.
Q: What is the difference between award and prize ?
A: They are the same, but award can also be used as a verb. Prize can only be a noun.
Q: What is the difference between award and reward ?
A: "Award" is a noun.

ex. I received an award.

"Reward" is both a noun and a verb.

ex. I was rewarded for making good grades. (In this sentence it is used as a verb.)

ex. I was given a reward for winning the contest. (In this sentence it is used as a noun.)

*Reward as a noun means the same thing as "award".
Q: What is the difference between award and reward ?
A: Award is usually an object. Reward could be non-tangible. For example, I won a gold medal as an award. I was rewarded with a smile.
Q: What is the difference between award and reward ?
A: an award is given for having accomplished or won something

reward is given for completing specific tasks

A Grammy is an award every musician dreams of receiving.

His dog won an award for "Best in Show."

We will award the winner with a trip to Disneyworld.

There is a $500 reward for finding this lost parrot.

Give the dog this biscuit as a reward every time it follows your orders.

I'll reward myself with a piece of cake for all those hours in the gym.

Translations of "Award"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ☺Is it natural to say:
"For me to have received this award at this ceremony is a great privilege."
A: It was well said, yes :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I got an award for doing nothing vs I won an award for doing nothing which one is correct?!
A: They're both right. The former means that you got an award regardless if you won or lost whatever it is that you participated on. The latter means that you have to win in order to get an award.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? awards

Other questions about "Award"

Q: "Congratulations on winning the award."
"Please tell us why you wanted to be a movie director?"
"Well, it's a little hard to answer but I think I began to know the fun of visual images because of a camera that I got when I was seven years old. Also, I have an uncle who manages a theater, which was one of reason to be familiar with movies. " Does this sound natural?
A: "Congratulations on winning the award."
"Please tell us why you wanted to be a movie director?"
"Well, it's a little hard to answer but I think I began to know the fun of visual images because of a camera that I got when I was seven years old. Also, I have an uncle who manages a theater, which was one of the reasons I became familiar with movies. "
Q: I was granted an award Does this sound natural?
A: it might be grammatically correct, but I wouldn't use granted. I'd just say given instead.
Q: The best award for the most boring work absolutely goes to folding the laundry Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural for the most part except I would remove “best” from the sentence!
Q: They offer a award. Does this sound natural?
A: You’re so close!!! It’s actually “They offered an award”
Q: He always gets many awards and therefore a lot of money.

Does this sound natural?
A: If you want to mention the acquirement of money you could say "and therefore he gains a lot of money"

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