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

The meaning of "Behavior" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does behavior mean?
A: Comportar/comportamento.
Q: What does behavior mean?
A: The way a person acts
Q: What does self-serving behavior mean?
A: "self-serving" literally means that you are serving yourself. Often this is used as a negative when someone is doing something they want without consideration for how it might affect other people.
Q: What does behavior mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does her behavior was forward because you are stranger. mean?
A: To say someone's behavior was forward towards a stranger means they were behaving boldly to that individual, without modesty and over familiarity to someone they do not know. They were not acting reserved.

Example sentences using "Behavior"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "behavior".
A: His behavior (comportamento, conduta) was unacceptable.
Her behavior was what we expected.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "behavior" and "action".
What is the difference between them?.
A: I think "behaviour" is a bit more commonly used.

His behaviour has been strange lately.
Very rude behaviour.
Unnatural behaviour.
From his behaviour, I can tell that he's on drugs.

Your thoughts and your actions are not aligned.
Actions speak louder than words.
Q: Please show me example sentences with behavior .
A: his behaviour was not good
Q: Please show me example sentences with behavior .
A: The child's behavior is getting worse. He wont study and yells at his parents.

Q: Please show me example sentences with behavior .
A: You need to be on your best behavior.

Her behavior is unacceptable.

Synonyms of "Behavior" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between His behavior usually gets him made fun of. and Because of the way he acts people make fun of him. ?
A: 1st one doesn't really sound right.
Q: What is the difference between ‎prosocial behavior and altruism ?
A: ‘Prosocial behaviour’ is any positive social behaviour, including:
- smiling at others
- interacting with peers well
- showing interest in interpersonal relationships
- having compassion/ caring about others

It is a term used in psychology.

It is usually only used in textbooks, or in certain professional settings.

Most people would not know exactly what this is unless they have studied it.

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‘Altruism’ is the idea of a purely selfless act.

Generally, people agree that there is no such thing as true altruism.

This is also a term used in psychology, but also sometimes used in everyday speech

While this is not a common word, most people would know what it means.
Q: What is the difference between behavior and demeanor ?
A: Behavior is what you do. Are you throwing things around the house and being rambunctious (crazy).
Demeanor is how you do something. Do you do something calmly or swiftly.
Example: you calmly cleaned the kitchen that would make you have a calm demeanor

I hope this helps
Q: What is the difference between behavior and behaviour ?
A: The second one is the British spelling, while the first one is the American spelling.
Q: What is the difference between aggressive behavior and offensive behavior and intimidating behavior ?
A: aggressive is when someone is physically doing stuff like pushing or hitting people. Offensive behavior is just rude behavior like calling people rude names. Intimidating behavior is when someone is trying to scare someone, like standing really close in their face.

Translations of "Behavior"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? What do you call the behavior in English that Bullet often hums a victorious fanfare in the game Final Fantasy VII REMAKE? Singing or humming?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5v2T_WkHQE
20:20~
A: Singing... although there's no words.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? your behavior is bad

is okay?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? her behavior makes me smile and makes me forget my legs and feet hurt(?) so this kind of people always willed me to be standing here.
A: Her behavior makes me smile and forget that my legs and feet hurt, these kind of people always willed me to be standing here.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? you was wrong (about behavior)
A: You were wrong. That was wrong.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I am irritated to his behavior" is it right?
A: "His behavior irritates me."

Other questions about "Behavior"

Q: Your behavior is kind of terrorist attack to my eyes does this sound natural?
A:
Your behavior is like a terrorist attack to my eyes

Ohhhh I get it now :) nice joke
Q: It's her appropriate behavior does this sound natural?
A: Her behaviour is appropriate.
Q: They should not be pitied because of their behaviors. does this sound natural?
A: well done! ^^
Q: we behave as we always do because we have grown up to behave so.

I want to mean, depending on where and how we have grown up, our behavior is determined. does this sound natural?
A: Maybe something along the lines. "People behave the way they do because of how they were raised."
Q: his behavior got me tripping out. does this sound natural?
A: haha, thanks. I'm not an English teacher, but I studied English Literature in undergrad and I go to graduate school for something related. Btw, that's a very natural use of "to have something down"! 👍

I assume you know that those expressions all come from the use of "trip" for being on psychedelic drugs. So all these expressions can mean being or feeling like you're on drugs.

"to trip (out)" has the different meanings of "to react with extreme emotion like anger or worry; to be or act crazy." Also "to trip out" means "to feel very unsettled or creeped out."

"to trip someone out" has the different meanings of "to freak someone out (make them feel unsettled or creeped out); to amuse or perplex someone." Eg. "that guy has the best jokes -- he trips me out!"

"to get someone tripping" has the meanings of "to freak someone out; to make someone angry; to make someone feel attracted/fall in love." You might often hear "you got me trippin'" or "her body got me trippin'" in songs. It seems to imply (to me) that the singer is really attracted, but perhaps slightly conflicted/confused over their attraction?

To be honest, I find these slang uses of "trip" ambiguous and hard to pin down. So if you are confused by the differences, don't worry too much. Lol.

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