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

The meaning of "Background" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does background mean?
A: background can be used to describe someone's past experience.

"she has an art background"
means that she studied or created art in her past.

another context is
in a painting or a photograph the background is the part that is behind the main subject of the photo.

"there was a beautiful sunset in the background of the photograph"
Q: What does have background experiences mean?
A:

どういたしまして^_^

“Have experiences” とは、「~~(という)体験をした」というニュアンスがあります。

仕事の関係で、have background experience in~ とhave experience with~ をよく使います。例えば、

1) I have background experience in education/teaching.

2) I have experience with teaching children and adults.

...などと言っても良い。
Q: What does isolated on white background mean?
A: The word “Isolated”means to be far away from people etc.

********
But you have asked a different question : “ isolated ON A WHITE BACKGROUND”

Those other words “ on a white background “ are important.

It may be they are talking about a picture or drawing that IS ON A WHITE BACKGROUND.

Like a drawing of say a small dog in the corner of a large piece of white paper.

That would a drawing ON a White Background.

So I think they may be talking about a visual or graphic design on a white piece of paper, or a white computer screen.

If the drawing is small compared to the white space or background

it creates the image of

something all alone and off by itself , which is equal to the experience of being isolated or alone.

Hope that makes sense to you.
Q: What does What's the background information about her(Ivanka Trump)? When I was watching SNL about her, the Comllicit on Youtube, I couldn't understand that. mean?
A: "Complicit" is a negative adjective which means "being involved with others in doing illegal/criminal things."

Ivanka has been accused of being "complicit" in the negative things happening to the White House.

In an interview by CBS, she was asked how she felt about being called "complicit."
Ivanka didn't actually know the meaning of the word, but she guessed it was a good thing.
She responded by saying:
"If being complicit is to be a force for good and to make a positive impact, then I am complicit."
Q: What does coming from a branding background mean?
A: In the context of this sentence, the 'background' is having strong experience in a specific job. Branding is related to marketing, such as creating a logo. So the author of the sentence has strong experience in branding.

Example sentences using "Background"

Q: Please show me example sentences with background .
A: "There are some annoying sounds in the background".

"I got a good background when laws is about".

"What's that on the background?"

That's how I'd use it daily.

Have a good day, ! 😄
Q: Please show me example sentences with ,,,against a background,,,.
A: Studio portraits specialize in taking pictures of people against a background. Some photographers are so talented that it actually looks like the people are “on location” instead of in a studio.

The painter used the woman against a background of wildflowers as his muse.

90% of the movie was filmed with the actors against a green screen background. Editors later applied the Tokyo fight scenes against a background.



The couple returned to Paris for their anniversary so that they could have their picture taken Eiffel Tower as their background.
Q: Please show me example sentences with backgrounds.
A: This artist tends to paint very unique backgrounds!
I took a pthoto with roses in the background.
Q: Please show me example sentences with on a rural background.
A: Until recently, the rural background used to have a bad effect on getting a job: even some workers who have the rural background had to suffer from bullying at their workplaces.
Q: Please show me example sentences with background information.
A: "Before I go to the meeting I need some background information."

"Can you give me some background information on [topic]?"

Synonyms of "Background" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between i remember checking his background information and i remembered to check his background information ?
A: I remember checking his background information is that you already did it and have information about them

I remembered to check his background information it’s that you recalled it you still don’t have the information about them
Q: What is the difference between background and bottom ?
A: these words really aren't related. bottom is the opposite of top. background is the stuff that's not the main focus. like, if you were having a picnic, the background is the trees behind you. background is the scenery.
Q: What is the difference between background music and soundtrack ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between background and backdrop ?
A: Jest samo
Q: What is the difference between background and backdrop ?
A: Figuratively, they have the same meaning. Literally "backdrop" refers only to a prop used in a stage play, whereas "background" is more general.

Translations of "Background"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? for background info im english so. yea anyway how do u spell "cutly" id it tht or "cutely" im so confused and i hve had the Problem for the longest. another bckground info..i was tht one child tht grew up not know how to differentaint "b" nd "d" lol help
A: For background info, I'm American, so yea. Anyway how do you spell "cutly" [id it tht] or "cutely" I'm so confused and I have had the problem for the longest.
Another background info, I was that one child that grew up not knowing how to differentiate "b" and "d". lol help

You are not English, you're American. You speak English (barely).
"Cutly" is not a word. "Cutely" is a word. Is that what you mean? Use it in a sentence.
I don't know what "id it tht" means.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Could I say 'The background of the novel 'The Great Gatsby' was 1920s New York city'? Does it make sense?
A: The novel 'The Great Gatsby' (is set) or (takes place) in New York City during the 1920s.
1920s New York City served as the backdrop for the novel 'The Great Gatsby'.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main IT background se nahi hun..but mujhe IT mein job karna hai
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "She has a background in the advertising business as an art director" or "she has an art direction background in the advertising business" Or how to say better? Thank you!
A: Both are correct and acceptable, but have slightly different emphasis.
The first emphasises "advertising business" and the second "art direction".

I'd use "She has a background as an art director in the advertising business" more often than the second form, but there's nothing wrong with your sentence.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 『人を好きになるのに、条件は必要ないよね? 私は、あなたのバックグラウンド(background)なんて どうでも良かったんです。』
A: When falling in love with someone there is no need to consider too many irrelevant factors, right? I care only about you, no matter what your background was.

Other questions about "Background"

Q: With educational background goes further, the salary increases with no exception. does this sound natural?
A: When you increase your education your salary will increase without exception
Q: I have to mention the background before answer your question. does this sound natural?
A: You need to use "I" before each verb: "I have to (quickly) mention the background before I (can) answer you question." ("quickly" and "can" make this sentence more polite and natural, they are optional).
Q: What is background? What do I need to talk about ?
A: In an interview setting, your background is what you've done in the past that makes you eligible for the position or opportunity. :)

Ex: 'I have a strong background in customer service. I have worked in the food service industry and in retail.'
Q: In the background of picture, there is a house many windows on. does this sound natural?
A: @tomm: "In the background of THE picture, there is a house WITH many windows."
Q: What's the background of the phrase "$64,000 question"?
I saw that phrase in the Longman dictionary, but I have never seen it in any article that I have ever read.
A: It may have been a question that was asked in a game show that was worth $64,000. Usually they call it a million dollar question. Not sure if that helps

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

background

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions