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

The meaning of "Bloom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In bloom and bloom mean?
A: Flowers bloom in the spring. In the spring the flowers were in bloom.
Q: What does Alas! She is gone before her bloom. mean?
A: 「女の子は、大人になる前に死ぬ」
Q: What does You're blooming. mean?
A: 直訳知れば「あなたが咲いてるよ」という意味です。
妊娠した女性にはよく言われます。
Q: What does in full bloom mean?
A: Yes, that use is correct. You could also say, "His feelings for her were obvious to everyone else."

Example sentences using "Bloom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bloom
anger
fireplace
cheer up.
A: The plum tree is in full bloom.
He is incapable of controlling his anger.
The burning logs in the fireplace make a pleasant crackling noise.
We brought her a gift so that she would cheer up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with full bloom.
A: during the spring our garden is at full bloom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bloom.
A: Person 1: "When are these flowers going to bloom?"
Person 2: "They will bloom in the morning
Person 1: "ahh, don't you just love flowers that bloom?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with not blooming likely.
A: Person A: Do you think Madrid will win the match this weekend?
Person B: Not blooming likely. Have you seen how badly they've played lately?

Synonyms of "Bloom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bloom and flower ?
A:

a flower is a plant

bloom is a verb that goes with the word ‘flower’

example: the flower bloomed.
Q: What is the difference between bloom. and blossom. (verb) ?
A: Flowers bloom. Trees blossom. They are almost interchangable for natives.
Q: What is the difference between bloom and blossom ?
A: Bloom = Flower buds becoming flower blossoms.
(Example: The flower buds are blooming.)

Blossom = The actual flower. (Can also be used like bloom, “blossomed”)

“The flowers bloomed early this year.”

“The cherry blossoms are blooming!”

“The flower blossoms are very pretty.”

“My apple tree finally blossomed!”
Q: What is the difference between bloom and blossom ?
A: They are both nouns and verbs, and they both mean "flower".

They also have metaphorical meanings.
Q: What is the difference between bloom and flourish ?
A: "Most flowers begin to bloom in the Spring" is the usual use of the word. It means to grow or to mature.
"These flowers flourish in a sunny environment" Flourish is to do well in something/somewhere.
So if flowers flourish somewhere, then a lot of them will bloom.
You can also use these words to refer to people succeeding (flourishing)

Translations of "Bloom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In the bloom of youth
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bloom
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bloom where you are planted
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? さくらが満開になりました!
How do you saying?
Full bloom cherry blossoms are my Bonsai!
A: "My bonsai is in full bloom with cherry blossoms"

Other questions about "Bloom"

Q: Why it bloomed here.
なぜこんなところに咲いた。

correct?
A: Why did it bloom in such a place?
Q: You bloom too early!🌸
/You bloomed too early! Does this sound natural?
A: You bloomed too early.
You can also say
It bloomed early
Q: I want to see the bloom of sakura
Does this sound natural?
A: You also can say " sakura's bloom "
Q: bloom flowers, bloom smiles. Does this sound natural?
A: If Poetry: "Flowers bloom, smiles bloom." Otherwise: "Flowers bloom, and so do smiles."
Q: when is that they bloom the cherry trees??
A: A better way to say that is:
When do cherry trees bloom?

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