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

The meaning of "Bout" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm 'bout to mean?
A: Someone is getting ready/preparing to do something. It is used in informal settings.
Q: What does l’m bout to be mean?
A: "bout" is a slang way to say "about" so the sentence is saying "I'm about to be" so they are going to be something in the future.
Q: What does bout half 1 ish be good for me mean?
A: It means they want to meet you at 13:30 (1.30pm) and they want to know if that is a good time for you to meet too.

"about half 1" means 'not exactly' so they are indicating that they can probably do other times too like 2pm or 1pm or 1.45pm....

"meet me at 1.30pm sharp" means "exactly 1.30, i'm not flexible"
Q: What does bout nothin mean?
A: @hexxee: it is slang for, "about nothing"
Q: What does I ain't worried 'bout nothin'. I ain't wearin' na-nada. mean?
A: slang that means I'm not worried about anything, I'm not wearing anything

Example sentences using "Bout"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bout.
A: It’s a short way of say about


I’ve been worried bout you

I’ve got a question bout English

What’s that book bout
Q: Please show me example sentences with bout.
A: thank you c:
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'bout the same.
A: Pretty and beautiful is 'bout the same
Q: Please show me example sentences with bout.
A: Well 'bout' is a slang word for 'about'. So you use it the same way as 'about'.
I am about to go to the store.
I am bout to go to the store.
Either works.
But 'bout' also means a short period, session , or spell.
Like 'a bout of illness'.

Synonyms of "Bout" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between about and 'bout ?
A: formal : about informal : 'bout
Q: What is the difference between 'bout and about ?
A: 'Bout' can be a shortened form of 'about'. Bout can also mean a match/contest. About is a preposition which means nearly/almost.
Q: What is the difference between bout and match ?
A: This is also sports terminology related to fencing. A bout is a fencing match between two people as opposed to an entire meet/competition consisting of many bouts. A bout in generally is a one-on-one fight, especially just one round of a fight.

Translations of "Bout"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm all bout my business
A: It usually means you only think about work, you don't play around, you are totally serious about what you are doing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 첫출근 어때요? how bout ur first day at work? is it correct?
A: How's your first day of work?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what do you think a bout myself?
A: You can also say " What do you think about me?" it's more casual.. 😅
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m bout to bath
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I bout tickets .... the airport.
A: I bought tickets at the airport

Other questions about "Bout"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce 'bout.
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Q: What are you talking 'bout a game? Go to talk' bout a film! The film was very interesting, wasn't? does this sound natural?
A: Why are you talking 'bout a game? Talk' bout the film! The film was very interesting, wasn’t it?

Also depending on the context you might want to say about instead of ‘bout if the setting is more formal. Also movie would be the more common word instead of film, unless it is used in the context (old movie, film festival).
Q: Ever wonder 'bout what he's doing
How it's all turned to lies
in this context, ‘it’s’ means it is or it has?
A: Hi o

In this context it’s is meaning it has.

‘How it has all turned to lies’.
Q: What does it mean by bouts of low self-esteem?

I don't understnad what bouts of is...
Thanks♡
A: A short but reoccurring experience of something

In this case They have short and intense experiences of low self-esteem that go away, but keep coming back.
Q: A bout a food shop : I want you to correct this to more natural English please.
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The food that is displayed its price with "100g (3.5oz)" is sold by weight.
When you order this type of food, please ask how much you want by weight or you can also ask by money. does this sound natural?
A: The food that is displayed is priced by "100g (3.5oz)" and is sold by weight.
When you order this type of food, please order how much you want by weight or you can also order by price.

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