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

The meaning of "Balcony" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the balcony was Soo. "jammed" mean?
A: Was it full of people? Or items? Jammed usually means that there are too many things to move freely
Q: What does balcony level mean?
A: are you talking about in a theater?
balcony level means seatings on the upper level. For example, at the opera, you often see balcony seating on both sides of the stage.
Q: What does She was yanked onto the balcony by her angry mother.
mean?
A: Her mother pulled her suddenly onto the balcony.
Q: What does balcony mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does "I'm tearing down your balcony" mean?
A: I know little Portuguese but I can help you with your English if you want to. I'm also trying to learn Portuguese so maybe we can help each other out.

Example sentences using "Balcony"

Q: Please show me example sentences with balcony.
A: Your girlfriend is on the balcony crying. She saw you with someone!

Synonyms of "Balcony" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between balcony and porch ?
A: Porch is on the ground level. Balcony is higher.
Q: What is the difference between balcony and veranda ?
A: A balcony is usually a small ledge outside of apartment or building that you can stand on to look out side

While a veranda is kind of like a roof that is out side (usually in someone's backyard) to provide shade
Q: What is the difference between balcony and veranda ?
A: "A balcony is a porch or platform that extends from an upper floor of a building. Your apartment might have a balcony with a view of a city park."
"If you're lazing around on a long, airy porch that runs along the outside of your house, you are on a veranda."
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Translations of "Balcony"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balcony
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? balcony
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? balcony on a bar
A: No, then you call it a counter. It is only called a bar if they are serving alcoholic drinks.

Other questions about "Balcony"

Q: 1. At the balcony, I was standing in the moonlight, I was staring at the moon quietly.

2. I opened the window. Let the moonlight shone my face and arm. I closed my eyes and made a wish in silence.

does this sound natural?
A: × 2. I opened the window.
✓ 2. I opened the window and let the moonlight shine on my face and arm.

× Let the moonlight shone my face and arm.

you can combine these 2 sentences and it will sound a little more natural.
Q: He went out to the balcony and looked to the night city for a long time. does this sound natural?
A: “Night city” isn’t something you’d say in English unless the city is named “Night City.” In this situation, it depends if you’re trying to describe the night or the city, and then you would write how it affects the other. For example, if you are describing the night, you could say something like “he looked at the night covering the city for a long time.” Or, if you are describing the city, you could say something like “he looked at the city rising up into the night.” Hope that makes sense!
Q: He went out on the balcony does this sound natural?
A: @leopard7 no the only difference is that the preposition onto implies movement (it is used with verbs that imply motion) For example, 1. The cup is in the room (the cup is into the room makes no sense) 2. He went into the room (he went in the room is also correct, but sometimes it sounds nicer to include the ‘to’ - in this case I think “He went out onto the balcony” sounds nice - you can also leave it the way you have it as well) 👍
Q: The balcony of my condo overlooks high rise building.
does this sound natural?
A: Pretty much perfect!
The only thing is that there should be an article in front of high rise building. So, ideally it should be: "The balcony of my condo overlooks a high rise building."
Q: There is a balcony outside my room. The view from there looks like a landscape of countryside, but you can see many skyscrapers far away as well. does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good to me!

You could also combine some of the ideas in the same sentence by rearranging the words a bit.
"Outside of my room is a balcony and a countryside view. In the distance are skyscrapers."

In English personally I usually try to avoid commas and 'but'. In can make the intent of the sentence unclear pretty easily. And you can end up writing a book in one sentence. But that's just me :)

Hope this helps!

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