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

The meaning of "Beer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Hold my beer mean?
A: This is usually used when the person is about to run into a conversation, activity, or fight. They may or may not literally need someone to hold their beer or other belongings when they say it.
Q: What does I could really a beer right now mean?
A: I could really use a beer right now means "I really want/need a beer right now."

Maybe after a really stressful day you can say this.
Q: What does We dring same beer tonight.
if you can not So k. mean?
A: ちょっと 分かりませんね. I understand "We drink the same beer tonight" "今晩、私たちは 同じビールを飲みます" However, "If you can not, so k?" I do not understand at all.
Q: What does a bloated beer gut mean?
A: Swollen stomach because of beer.
Q: What does let's keep the beer coming mean?
A: Let's carry on getting more beer

Example sentences using "Beer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with beer.
A: “Can I get a beer?”
“Have a beer.”
“Let’s have a beer.”

These are all common expressions, but you can change them a little bit to make phrases for different situations.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "hold my beer." thanks!!.
A: Here are 2 examples,

"Could you please hold my beer while I use the restroom please".

"If you hold my beer for me I can show you a trick".

Synonyms of "Beer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between beer and ale ?
A: “Beer” is a type of alcoholic drink made through fermentation. “Ale” is a subcategory of beer where yeast is fermented higher in the container. The other subcategory is “lager,” where yeast is fermented at the bottom of the container.
Q: What is the difference between I pressured him to drink beer and I pressured him into drinking beer ?
A: "I pressured him to drink beer" means you pressured him, but it does not reveal if he drank it or not

"I pressured him into drinking beer" means that you were successful in pressuring him to drink and he drank beer
Q: What is the difference between I pressured him to drink beer and I pressured him into drinking beer ?
A: I think the meaning is basically the same. Perhaps the second implies a process. Maybe it took the speaker a while to pressure him into drinking beer, and then he was successful: he drank beer.
In the first, it’s just one instant. Maybe the speaker didn’t succeed. We don’t know whether he drank beer or not.
Q: What is the difference between I don't normally drink beer and I normally don't drink beer ?
A: Video games and real life violence
And that's the key Charlie we are not talking about violence here we are talking about aggressive thinking and aggressive attitude. Will that ... we can't make the jump
Q: What is the difference between It smelled beer. and It smelled of beer. ?
A: No, "it smells beer" is 'it verbs noun'. So something can scent the beer.

"It smells good" is 'it verbs adjective'. So the smell of something is good.

The equivalent with "beer" would be "beery". "It smells beery".

Translations of "Beer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? canned beer
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I always drink a beer when i with kate.
A: I always drink a beer when I'm with Kate.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Where is the beer
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can drink five beer bottles
A: “I can drink five bottles of beer.”

Maybe you are trying to say;

“In one sitting, I can drink five bottles of bear easily.” -so it’s not hard for you to drink 5 bottles of beer, its easy for you. So In one restuarant, in a couple of hours, you can drink that much easily.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I have carving for beer
A: I have a craving for beer

Other questions about "Beer"

Q: A : "Hey, want to go get some beer?"
B : "Ahead of you. Let's go"
does this sound natural?
A: @tjstkdn:
Nothing to be sorry about.
And yes, you're right.
"Way ahead of you" is much better to say~
Q: If you drove here, we will recommend non-alcoholic beer. does this sound natural?
A: but your verb tenses sound funny...If you drive here.....
Q: is this really no1 beer in newyork?
A: Depends what you mean by No. 1...
Q: I always drink a beer first,then I switch to SAKE.
I wish I could drink more beer but my doctor asked me not to drink beer very much. does this sound natural?
A: "I used to drink beer, but then I switched to sake. I wish I could still drink beer, but my doctor told me not to drink so much of it."
こんな感じかな
Q: I can drink two beers at most. does this sound natural?
A: Very good.

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