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

The meaning of "Bench" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does bench mean?
A: There any many types of bench- somewhere to sit- usually outside made of wood or metal.
Q: What does what a condescending bench mean?
A: I think it's a joke, she wanted to say "bitch" but said "bench" instead because it's less offensive
Q: What does bench press mean?
A: It is what you do when you’re lifting a single bar with weights on either end as you are laying down on a bench. “I can bench press 200 pounds.” “I was at the gym for two hours using the bench press.”
Q: What does I can bench press 220 mean?
A: This but with 220 pounds
Q: What does on a bench by the train mean?
A: This is describing a location, perhaps where a person is located at the moment. For example: "Where are you now?" "I'm on a bench by the train." In other words, sitting on a bench close to the train (probably on the platform). Hope this makes sense :)

Example sentences using "Bench"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bench.
A: A bench is a long chair which usually allows multiple people to sit on it. Example sentences: They are sitting on the bench. Do you think we will all fit on the bench? This bench might be too long. A bench could also be an area of work in a workshop for woodwork for example. Example sentences: She is working on a bench in the workshop. I left the materials on the large bench by the door. He will repair the item on the bench.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bench.
A: The friends ate lunch at a park bench. She waits for the bus on a bench. I’m sitting on a bench. I’m out on the bench while my teammates are playing baseball.

Synonyms of "Bench" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He's sitting on a bench and He's seated on a bench ?
A: Literally no difference
Q: What is the difference between bench and couch ?
A: A couch is soft and a bench is hard. Bus stops have benches.
Q: What is the difference between I was on a bench in the park. and I was on a bench at the park. ?
A: @sooinn90 i don't think there's much difference. in regards to this scenario, 'at' & 'in' are interchangable & don't change the meaning of the sentence. just like: i am in/at my house. i am in/at the store. i am in/at the restaurant. or: are you at/in the house? are you at/in the restaurant?

Translations of "Bench"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m just sitting back (relaxing on a bench) Does this sound natural?
A: "I'm just laying back" sounds a bit more natural.
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I sat on THE bench by the sea and watched some children swimming. or I sat on A bench by the sea and watched some children swimming.
A: Use "a" if the reader doesn't know which bench and you have not mentioned it before. Use "the" if it is unique and the reader knows of the bench, or you mentioned it previously. So you could use "the" in this case: "There is A lovely bench with a good view of the sea on the headland. I sat on THE bench and..."

Other questions about "Bench"

Q: The bench paint is peeling off. Could you paint it to white again ? does this sound natural?
A: This way sounds a bit halting. A more natural way to say it could be "The paint on the bench is peeling, could you repaint it?"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce He is sitting on the bench in the park..
A: Tip: in casual conversations, its more common to use contractions when speaking. So instead of 'He is' a native would say 'He's'
Q: I relax on the bench. does this sound natural?
A: i am relaxing on the bench. much more natural.
Q: I'll be waiting sitting in the bench right out of the gate near Linger Hat. does this sound natural?
A: I'll be sitting on the bench right outside the gate near Ringer Hut.
Q: While sitting the bench of the central park, we ate our lunch and talked about the lover of each other does this sound natural?
A: ”While sitting on the bench in Central Park, we ate our lunch and talked about our lovers." You capitalize the names of places. 例 Central Park, Grand Canyon, the Arch、等。

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