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

The meaning of "Bird" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a bird lady mean?
A: A crazy old woman with a house full of birds.
Q: What does early bird gets the wood on mean?
A: It's said " the early bird gets the worm", which means if you get up early you'll have an advantage. for example- if you get up early you get the best breakfast, or the better seat at the table. :) hope this helps!
Q: What does Certain birds are, more often than not, considered bad luck mean?
A: "More often than not" means the same as 'probably' or 'likely'.

It means more people will consider birds are bad luck than not.
Q: What does a little bird told me mean?
A: It means someone told me but I am not going to say who.
Q: What does you lucky little bird mean?
A: It just means that you are lucky. Not sure why we say "little bird". Maybe it's because we imagine a little bird as opposed to a big bird getting way from a predator. We always have a saying "the early bird gets the worm". I guess we like birds in our sayings lol. The second one means "the early one has a better chance of having an easier time with something. Kinda like another term "first come first served". But yeah.

Example sentences using "Bird"

Q: Please show me example sentences with kill two birds with one stone .
A: I can pick up something for dinner tonight on my way to pick up my friend from work; this way I can kill two birds with one stone.
—This means accomplishing 2 tasks with only one action (one trip in the car).
Q: Please show me example sentences with A little bird told me...
A: The expression”A little bird told me...” normally means that a person did something bad and their friends or family figured out this and says the expression a little birdy told me you got a b on your test today
Q: Please show me example sentences with the birds and the bees.
A: The birds and the bees is a phrase for courtship and sex, basically. It's commonly used when saying "the birds and the bees talk", otherwise it's not really used.

The birds and the bees talk is the part of a child's life where their parents give them a talk about what sex is and that sort of thing. Example sentence:

"I had to give Tommy the Birds and the Bees talk yesterday..."
Q: Please show me example sentences with kill two birds with one stone.
A: 1.) I got the car washed and bought groceries this afternoon, so you could say that I killed two birds with one stone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Early bird gets the worm..
A: "You need to get up, the early bird gets the worm, after all."

"I can't believe I missed the sale!"
"Well, the early bird gets the worm."

The early bird has a start to get something that would otherwise be gone if you waited too long in certain circumstances.

Synonyms of "Bird" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between birds and fowls ?
A: Usually birds that are used for food and eggs.
Q: What is the difference between do you have a largest bird? and do you happen to have a largest bird? ?
A: They mean the same thing. There is no difference, so choose the one you prefer.

By the way, it should be "Do you have a large bird?" or "Do you have the largest bird?"
Q: What is the difference between I wish if I were a bird. and I wish I were a bird. ?
A: Incorrect. The sentence in the subjunctive mood (wishes, desires, etc.). "I wish I were..." is correct English. Many people still say "was," however.
Q: What is the difference between A bird is in the tree and There is a bird in the tree ?
A: The second one is used more but its more like "There's a bird in the tree"
Q: What is the difference between He shot the bird. and He shot at the bird. ?
A: He shot the bird implies he hit it. He shot at the bird means he may or may not have hit it

Translations of "Bird"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 나 여렸을때 싱가포르에 여행한 적이 있어! 거기서 아주 맛있는 커피를 마셨어! 그리고 새 쇼 (bird show)를 관람했어! 머라이언도 봤지!
싱가포르에서 사는건 어떠니?
A: “When I was younger, I took a trip to Singapore! I drank some really good coffee there! Also, I saw a bird show! And, I saw the Merlion! Wouldn’t it be nice to live in Singapore?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I say "sabiá" (a bird) in English, please?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (this bird)
A: Peacock
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 急に涼しくなったので、彼ら(birds)は暖かいライトの下で寝ています。
A: "It suddenly became quite cold, so they're sleeping under warm lights."とかどうですか
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this bird's name
A: @TenneesseeGuy: Pelican (ペリカン)☺ it looks like a Pelican to me.

Other questions about "Bird"

Q: No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings. does this sound natural?
A: Your accent is really thick and kind of hard to understand at first. I could only understand, "No (?) soars too high if he soars with his own wings." Also, you are pronouncing soar wrong. If you tell me what you meant I can make a recording for you.
Q: I usually take birds' photos at the nearby park. does this sound natural?
A: @drmr_aya: YES!
Q: She loved watching birds.
I hope birds also loved to be watched. does this sound natural?
A: Haha! It's a funny sentence! :D

I think "I hope birds also loved being watched" is slightly more natural :)
Q: We went to bird watching at HiNative Park. We had only 25 minutes before the facility closes, so the staff gave us discount as they sell tickets for youth prices. does this sound natural?
A: "We went bird watching at HiNative Park. We had only 25 minutes before the facility closed, so the staff gave us a discount as they sell tickets at a low price for young adults."

I wasn't entirely sure of what you meant by "for youth prices," so I went for what I thought it was.
Q: Which one is more common the "early bird catches the worm" or "the early bird picks the work"?
A: I have heard the first one more often, and "caches" -> "catches".

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