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

The meaning of "Birth" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the birth of Marie's tow daughter,Irenr and Eve,in 1897 and 1904 faild to interrupt her scientific work. whats the meaning of fail to interrupt? mean?
A: “failed to interrupt” means “did not stop”
Q: What does if not past due. (The birth of her child was imminent, if not past due.) mean?
A: "past due" means something should have happened already. The proper time for it is in the past. The baby wasn't late to be born, but it was very soon to be born.
Q: What does birth moms mean?
A: It usually refers to someone who is a adopted talking about their biological mother. The person who gave birth to them.
Q: What does birth mark mean?
A: A birth mark is a spot on someone’s skin that was there from when they were born.
Q: What does by birth mean?
A: It just means "because of birth" or "by means of birth" Example, "I am American by birth." (because I was born here)

Example sentences using "Birth"

Q: Please show me example sentences with birth.
A: My mom gave birth to me. The cat is giving birth to its fifth child. The dog is about to give birth to three little puppies
Q: Please show me example sentences with wholesome, give birth.
A: To give birth?
Q: Please show me example sentences with give birth to.
A: The cat gave birth to 3 small kittens

Synonyms of "Birth" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between How do you feel about giving a birth. and How do you feel about having a baby. ?
A: giving birth (not giving a birth) .... means just the act of giving birth. having a baby -- means - the act of giving birth ---------but also can mean - like having a baby now at home (later after the birth). She was giving birth right now. and She was having a baby right now. (same same) Do you like having a baby at home now with all that crying and diaper changing?
Q: What is the difference between give birth to and bear ?
A: "To give birth to" is specific to "giving birth to a child" kind of context. "To bear" generally means "to hold" so you can "bear a child" or you can "bear responsibility"
Q: What is the difference between give birth to and bear ?
A: Grammatically there's no difference. You can give birth to a child or bear a child. However the verb to bear isn't really used in everyday speech - it sounds very formal and a bit "old".
Q: What is the difference between to give birth and to bear and to be delivered ?
A: To give birth to a child is the actual act of having the child. To bear a child can refer to any term of the pregnancy, or to even be holding it in one’s arms, but it usually refers to being pregnant. To deliver a child is to give birth to a child, but the you can say “the doctor delivered the child at 3:00pm” even though the mother is technically the one who gave birth.
Q: What is the difference between give birth to a baby and deliver a baby ?
A: "give birth" means that you are the one having the baby. "deliver a baby" is usually used when a doctor is helping with the birth of a baby.

Translations of "Birth"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? To give birth to a baby is the world's second most painful thing. Because, burning alive in fire is come at first. Does it sound natural?
A: giving birth to a baby is the world's second most painful thing while burning alive comes first
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? by birth or by born?
A: By birth
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he has never treated me as he does to his birth child. is this correct sentence?
A: He never treated me the same as his child.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is birth name mean?
A: Birth name is the name you were born with, the name your mom and dad gave you. It will be your name that appears on your birth certificate.

Other questions about "Birth"

Q: For a birth defect, the puma cub was born tailless. or Because of a birth defect, the puma cub was born tailless. does this sound natural?
A: The last one is perfect
Q: She gave birth to a third girl? does this sound natural?
A: Are you saying She gave birth to a third girl?
Q: Happy birth day! 1, This is for you! 2. This is on behalf of you! does this sound natural?
A: Happy birthday! And this is for you! The second one doesn't make sense. Behalf 1. in the interests of a person, group, or principle. "votes cast by labor unions on behalf of their members" 2. as a representative of. "I am writing on behalf of my client"
Q: Removing the birth mark means getting rid of her humanity. does this sound natural?
A: Wow! Cool entry. Just be careful with this sentence: ...one imperfection on her left cheek.
Q: her place of birth is Rio de Janeiro does this sound natural?
A: She was born in Rio de Janeiro

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