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

The meaning of "Beef" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You got beef? mean?
A: there are many different origin stories for it. one is that The phrase “I have a beef with you” originated in the old west among sheep farmers who were competing for grazing land with cattle farmers. The sheep farmers used the term with each other to refer to a conflict, which was what they had with the cattle farmers, or “beef” farmers
Q: What does beef ( not the meat, the other meaning ) mean?
A: To have a beef with someone means to have a problem with them. "I am not speaking to him, I have a beef with him over whether he owes me money."
Q: What does have beef with him 🌝 mean?
A: "yesterday I had a beef with my brother" => "yesterday I had an argument with my brother" TRuE FACT lol
Q: What does beef (rap) mean?
A: when someone has a grudge on someone they have beef on them. Rap beef is when you insult or call out someone in your rap song
Q: What does beef between us. Does it mean a problem mean?
A: Yes, it means the two people have bad feelings toward each other, usually because they have had a big argument or something bad happened between the two of them.

Example sentences using "Beef"

Q: Please show me example sentences with beef up .
A: He beefed up his arms. This means gain more muscle
Q: Please show me example sentences with beef up.
A: ‘Beef up’ does not only mean going to the gym and working out hard in order to gain muscles. It can also be used to describe other situations or things. For example,

1. This car is beefed up really good! (This car has been modified and/or improved in ways.)

2. We might have to beef up the support pillars. (We might have to strengthen the support pillars.)

So it basically means to make something stronger than before, or to improve something and make it better than before, but it is usually associated with strength.
Q: Please show me example sentences with beef (slang).
A: "Yo! do you have beef !? "
no body uses this slang anymore...>_> I have never heard this used since the 90's. If some one asked me if I had beef I would say, "no, I have veggies.." O.O lol it's so old :D
Q: Please show me example sentences with beefing up .
A: I've been "beefing up" by going to the gym every day and drinking lots of protein shakes.
Its generally used to express getting bigger and stronger physically. It's not a phrase used very often and has very limited uses. I can't imagine it being very useful to know honestly.

Synonyms of "Beef" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I want to have beef and I would like have beef ?
A: The first is a little demanding and could be interpreted as rude.

The second should be
"I would like TO have beef"
It sounds much more polite.

The first is a demand, the second is a request.
Q: What is the difference between beef and diss ?
A: Beef is slang for having a problem or issue with someone. For example, “I don’t have beef with her.”
Diss is a disrespectful action or saying that is directed towards someone.
Q: What is the difference between beef and meat ?
A: "Meat" is the general word. It can be pork, beef, venison, lamb, fish, chicken, or any other kind of animal.
"Beef" always means meat from a cow.
Q: What is the difference between This beef is delicious. and This beef tastes delicious. ?
A: “This beef is delicious” is very similar to “This beef tastes delicious”. You can use it to describe the same way, or if you are selling the beef to someone.

“This beef tastes delicious” is used during or after you have ate the beef and described it yourself.
Q: What is the difference between beef and steak ?
A: Beef is simply meat from a cow, while steak is a certain cut(part) of meat from a cow.

Translations of "Beef"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beef steak
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what’s your beef here? what is the meaning?
A: It means “what is your problem?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beef burgers
A: If you don't already know, "hamburger" means beef not ham.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what do you like beef?
A: Do you like beef? What do you like about beef?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? beef
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Beef"

Q: About a beef bowl: I would like you to correct my sentences to more natural and official English please.
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This beef bowl restaurant offers several kinds of beef bowls.
Some of the picture menu sheets are prepared on each table.
The restaurant adds a dinner menu sheet to the regular menu sheets at only dinner time.
However, even if you go there lunch time or before the dinner time, you can ask a staff member the dinner menu sheet, and order whatever you want.
I recommend a cheese beef bowl from the dinner menu.
Does this sound natural?
A: @dorome: This beef bowl resturant offers a large variety of beef bowls. Some picture menus are displayed at each table. The dinner menu is added to the regular menu at dinnertime only. However, if you go there during lunch time or before dinner, you can ask a staff member for the dinner menu and order whatever you want from there anyway. I recommend a cheese beef bowl from the dinner menu.
Q: The beef tongue tastes better with squeeze of lemon. Does this sound natural?
A: with a squeeze of lemon
Q: This is beef cut for stew. Does this sound natural?
A: Very close! You can say:

"This cut of beef is for stewing."
"This is a stewing cut of beef."
Q: What does "genuine beef" in 32 mean?
A: Valid complaint/grievance.
Q: What does "beef" in 63 mean?
A: When you have "beef" with someone it means you have a problem with them.
"I got/have no beef with you" (I have no problems with you. Slang for when you don't want to fight someone)

He's basically saying touch her again and you're going to have trouble with the law.(for raping a child?)

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