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

The meaning of "Bones" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "rattle my bones"

it is said by a parot in the book of "Matilda" ..
what that means? mean?
A: When someone / something makes you sad/upset
Q: What does stubborn in the bones mean?
A: Stubborn in the bones is a metaphor used to emphasize how stubborn someone is.
Q: What does bones mean?
A: @AstridPr I still can answer your question to make no bone about something means to say something in a way that leaved no doubt, or to have no objection to it.
Q: What does He makes no bones about it. mean?
A: He doesn't make a big deal (argue and fight) of it

Example sentences using "Bones"

Q: Please show me example sentences with worn to the bones.
A: I've had such a hard day at work today. I'm worn to the bones. My boss just kept giving me more work and yelling at me all day! I just want to have some supper and go to bed.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bones.
A: You have 20 bones, My dog ​​likes bones

Synonyms of "Bones" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I utilize bones for making soup. and I take advantage of bones for making soup. ?
A: utilize is putting to use. take advantage is more forceful. either way it is best to say I use bones for making soup

Translations of "Bones"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lovely bones
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lazy bones ???
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Other questions about "Bones"

Q: There are some thin bones around belly of the mackerel, but don't worry so much about bones stuck in the throat.
They are not hard because this food is well-simmered.
I could eat the soft bones and the fish meat together. does this sound natural?
A: × There are some thin bones around belly of the mackerel, but don't worry so much about bones stuck in the throat.
✓ There are some thin bones around the belly of the mackerel, but don't worry so much about them getting stuck in the throat.

× They are not hard because this food is well-simmered.
✓ They are soft because this food is well-simmered.

× I could eat the soft bones and the fish meat together.
✓ I could eat the bones and the meat together.

Q: When I wake up all that's left of me are bones.

This is a certain anime's song,
After “all that's left”, saying “of me”
What does that mean ?
A: It means the only part of me that’s left (that is still here) is my bones. Everything else is gone.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce bones.
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Q: Why add bones after lazy ? In the movie a mom say don't be lazy bones to her daughter...I still don't understand why 'cause, ok, the daughter is very lazy...but she doesn't have a disease, I mean no problem with her bones O_o... Is this expression common ?
A: You are right, you could have left "bones" out of your sentence without changing the meaning. This is a common expression. We often use bones to refer to the person or the person's body. Other expressions are:
"We have to stop. These old bones are getting tired." (I am getting tired)
"Have a seat and rest your bones." (Rest yourself)
"He doesn't have a lazy bone in his body." (He is a very industrious person)
Q: What does 'deep in one's bones' mean there?
Do people sometimes say like that?
A: Here, that expression means deep down this person is a cop. Like their profession of being a cop is a central part of their personality and they will never stop being a cop. People do sometimes say this, but I would say a more common way is "but I know deep down you're a cop."

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