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

The meaning of "Bbq" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does BBQ mean?
A: barbecue/barbeque
Q: What does "BBQ" mean?
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Q: What does BBQ mean?
A: Es forma de 'barbecue'

Example sentences using "Bbq"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "I'd have loved to have gone to the BBQ". I might understand this mean but something's not right... Could you make some examples sentences using "I'd have ○○○ to have ○○○.
A: 例文:

I'd have liked to have met you.

I'd have loved to have seen you.

I'd have wanted to have known her.

I'd have hated to have been there.

I'd have wished to have better.

I'd have longed to have left early.

I'd have yearned to have escaped.

I'd have wanted to have eaten more.

You can break it down like this: "I would have [verb past tense] to / have [verb past tense phrase]."

Synonyms of "Bbq" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between BBQ and Grilling ?
A: https://www.foodfirefriends.com/grilling-vs-bbq/
I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between I'm planning to have a BBQ at my friend house and I'm planning to go to a BBQ at my friend house ?
A: Yes, that’s correct.
Q: What is the difference between we are having a BBQ on lunch and we are having a BBQ at lunch ?
A: We are having a BBQ on lunch. = 우리는 BBQ를 위에 점심에 먹을거야. (X)

We are having BBQ at lunch. = 우리는 BBQ를 점심에 먹을거야. (O)

On = 위에

(미안해요. 나의 한국어를 진짜 잘 못해요.)
Q: What is the difference between BBQ on the beach and BBQ at the beach ?
A: There is a very fine distinction here. When you use "on", you mean a narrow strip of land, usually sandy, that's adjacent to the sea. When you say "at", you mean a much wider area of land. For example, if you're on vacation in some seaside town, you can say you are "at the beach" to friends who are in other cities. But if there are friends with you there, since you are all already "at the beach", it wouldn't make sense. You would say "on the beach" (as opposed to back in the hotel) when you mean something going on right there on that sandy part where the waves hit the shore.

Translations of "Bbq"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? バージニア州のBBQは、バージニア州独特のBBQがないので、テキサス州とテネシー州のBBQの融合のようです。
A: @Sa_ya_ Virginia BBQ isn't unique, it's a fusion of Texas and Tennessee BBQ.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 昨日ハンバーガー屋さんへ行きました。
BBQ味を食べたのですが、あまりに大きくて全部食べられませんでした。
でも美味しかったです。
A: I went to a hamburger shop yesterday. got myself a bbq favour and the portion is alittle too big for me to finish, but it was delicious.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? going away BBQ party or farewell party
A: もちろんですよ。You got it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 俺のバックパックの中でBBQソースが破裂した。最悪!
A: BBQ sauce spilled everywhere in my backpack! It was the worst!

Other questions about "Bbq"

Q: ‎We won't be able to attend a BBQ but we'll go to school to see you at 6pm. Does this sound natural?
A: a BBQ ----> the BBQ

I don't know how to explain why you use the definite article here. Maybe it's because both the person speaking, and the person listening know which BBQ is being talked about.
Q:
I prepared to have a BBQ with my friends tomorrow.
I couldn’t imagine how much meat we will have.
In this case, I got much more meat than I expected. Does this sound natural?
A: I am preparing to have a BBQ with my friends tomorrow. I can’t imagine how much meat we will have. In this case, we had much more meat than I expected.
Q: He often join the BBQ later because he has work until late. That’s why he only have leftovers. Does this sound natural?
A: “He often join the BBQ later because he has work until late. That’s why he only have leftovers.”

I would say: “He usually joins the BBQ later because he works late. That is why he only has the leftovers.”
Q: I went to Korean BBQ and I was full because of meats. It was first time for the long time.
I was happy. Does this sound natural?
A: I went to a Korean BBQ and I was full because of all the meat. It had been a long time since I’ve had it. I was happy
Q: I am going to have a BBQ party with my fellow on the day after tomorrow.
The weather forecast said , it will be sunny.
So it would be a awesome day! Does this sound natural?
A: "I am going to have a BBQ party with my buddy (good friend) day after tomorrow. The weather forecast said it will be sunny, so it should be an awesome day!"

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