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

The meaning of "Blossom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Vivid blossom mean?
A: Bright flowers, usually on a tree or bush.
Q: What does blossom time mean?
A: "Blossom time" is just a way of saying that Spring is coming
Q: What does blossoming mean?
A: It can also be used to describe something/someone as growing. For example "they're blossoming into a wonderful person."
Q: What does blossoms mean?
A: a lot of flowers in a tree or bush
Q: What does blossom mean?
A: Blossom usually mean open up, you generally use this word to talk about flowers.

Example sentences using "Blossom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with blossom.
A: I have watched her blossom into a great dancer over the years.

A child will fail to blossom if not given encouragement.

Literally it means to flower.
The cherry trees blossom in the spring.

All the blossoms were blown off in the strong wind!
Q: Please show me example sentences with in blossom .
A: 1. The cherry trees are in blossom right now.
2. The trees look really nice whilst they are in blossom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with You can see cherry blossoms on University Boulevard every spring..
A: Hey, I will be going to University Boulevard next week. Did you know you can see cherry blossoms on University Boulevard every spring? It's so beautiful!! You should come with me to see the cherry blossoms.
Q: Please show me example sentences with In blossom.
A: The flowers are in blossom

Synonyms of "Blossom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to blossom and to flourish ?
A: In terms of growing:
Blossom is to open yourself up and to show more of yourself
To flourish can be to develop in anything not just self discovery. It can be flourishing in school or in a hobby.

In terms of plants:
Blossom is when the flower opens and shows its colours.
Flourish means that the plant is healthy in its environment and usually growing and has green leaves and flowes
Q: What is the difference between to blossom and to bloom ?
A: it can be used in different ways and situations.
when talking about flowers, bloom is used for a single flower and blossom talks about the whole tree or a lot of flowers or it describes the process (the flower blooms at the beginning of April) (the tree blossoms in spring) (oh look the flowers in the garden are blossoming\blooming) also these words are used metaphorically (she blossomed after the storm passed)...
Q: What is the difference between blossom and flower ?
A: Blossoms grow on trees
Eg: cherry blossoms
Flowers grow from the ground and have stems
Eg: roses, daisies
Q: What is the difference between blossom and bloom ?
A: blossom can be used to describe flowers and humans.
eg
she blossomed into a beautiful girl

the flowers in the garden gave blossomed

bloom can only be used to describe flowers.

both can also mean a flower (noun)
Q: What is the difference between blossom and flower ?
A: @mamirinco: Blossoms usually refer to the flowers on a tree. 桜 for example. Flowers are more of the kind where the flower is the main part of the plant and is held up by a stem, bush or vine. The kind seen in 生花

Translations of "Blossom"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? あなたが撮影した「cherry blossom 」の写真をいつか見てみたいよ。それは素晴らしいだろうね。良き日をお過ごしください。
A: @soreiyu

いつか : some time

1.

‘Some time I’d like to see the photos of the cherry blossom (that) you took.’

いつか ; 私は見てみたい ; さくらの写真 ; あなたが撮った

「that」は言わなくてもいいです。

2. (同じ意味で)

‘I’d like to see your photos of the cherry blossom some time.’

私は見てみたい ; あなたの ; さくらの写真 ; いつか

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(その写真が)素晴らしいだろう :

‘I bet they are wonderful/amazing.’

「Wonderful」や「amazing」などは最上級形容詞なので、「Very wonderful / very amazing」とは言わないんです。
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Other questions about "Blossom"

Q: Did you go to cherry blossom viewing any where? does this sound natural?
A: Did you go anywhere to look at cherry blossoms?
Q: I went to see cherry blossoms in Kyoto.
It was starting to bloom - it used to be full blooming in this time of usual year though, by my children were so exciting to play with nature of Kamogawa River. does this sound natural?
A: 今日は。I would possibly say: "I/We went to see the cherry blossoms in Kyoto. It was just starting to bloom. It is usually full / peak bloom at this time of the year, but my children were still so excited to play in nature at the Kamogawa river.
Q: I guess it’s now cherry blossom season in Japan. Nevertheless, many people have decided to come to study in the Philippines!


does this sound natural?
A: Ok! Cherry Blossom season is associated with Spring in Japan, right?

If you were talking to somebody that has never lived in Japan, they may not understand what Cherry Blossom Season is.

Instead, you could also say: "​​I guess it’s now Spring in Japan. Nevertheless, many people have decided to come to study in the Philippines!"
Q: About cherry blossoms: I would like you to correct this to more natural English please.
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I took many photos in Tokyo on 16th March, 2017.
We are waiting for cherry blossoms festivals in Tokyo.
The cherry blossoms season is coming soon.

There are several kinds of cherry blossom trees in Japan.
In March, some kinds of them are start blooming because they are early bloomer ones.
Usually, common and popular kinds of the trees are in full broom between the end of March and early April in Tokyo.

I introduce an unknown park "____" for tourists to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo.
The cherry blossoms festival will be held on 1st and 2nd April in this park.
On the festival days, many kinds of food booths will open inside the park.
However, except the festival days, only one food shop is available.

Drinking alcohol beverages are accepted in the park.
Let’s enjoy good food and drinks and watching under the cherry blossoms! does this sound natural?
A: I took many photos in Tokyo on March 16 (if you're talking to people within the span of the year, you don't need to put 2017; however, if you're making a diary entry or a record of something, then you can put it).
We are waiting for the cherry blossom festivals in Tokyo.
The cherry blossom season is coming soon.

There are several varieties of cherry blossom trees in Japan.
In March, some varieties (you can use kinds, but it sounds really clunky and awkward) of them start blooming, as they are the ones that bloom early (consider "earlier than others").
Usually in Tokyo, the more common and popular varieties of the trees are in full bloom between the end of March and early April.

I introduce an unknown park ("____" is very stylistic, but it doesn't fit in formal writing) for tourists to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo.
The cherry blossom festival will be held on April 1st and 2nd in this park.
On the festival days, many food vendors will open up to sell inside the park.
However, usually only one food shop is available.

Drinking alcoholic beverages is permitted in the park.
Let’s enjoy good food and drinks, and watch the cherry blossoms!
Q: I can't wait to see it cherry blossoms in full bloom. does this sound natural?
A: I can't wait to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom

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