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

The meaning of "Boyfriend" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I try to be a good boyfriend 彼氏として?男友達として? mean?
A: いい彼氏になるつもりです
Q: What does you must have a very happy boyfriend or girlfriends mean?
A: It is a compliment. It means you have some trait or do something that would please a boyfriend or girlfriend, often in a romantic context. For example, many women enjoy receiving flowers. If a woman noticed a man buying flowers often for special occasions, she might say to him “You must have a very happy girlfriend.” However, I usually hear “lucky” instead of “happy”.
Q: What does She is very angry with her boyfriend. As far as she's concerned, he's not the flavour of the month.

What does the word "concerned" mean in this sentence? mean?
A: In this sentence, this means 'as far as she knows'
Q: What does Assuming she was involved with your boyfriend, and not a nude burglar mean?
A: "To be involved with someone" means to be in an intimate relationship.

The man's tone of voice is very sarcastic and he probably made a sarcastic comment. The man thinks if the girl's boyfriend wasn't cheating on her, then the "naked women" is just some person that broke into the house naked to discuss bees.
Q: What does to try to frustrate her new boyfriend mean?
A: Try to make him angry.

Example sentences using "Boyfriend"

Q: Please show me example sentences with boyfriend.
A: He is my boyfriend
Q: Please show me example sentences with "clingy boyfriend".
A: You have a clingy boyfriend
Q: Please show me example sentences with boyfriend.
A: I have a boyfriend.

Her boyfriend is cute.

I wish I had a boyfriend.

Will you be my boyfriend?

My boyfriend loves me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with boyfriend.
A: Yesterday, my boyfriend took me on a date.
Jake asked me out the other day, so now he's my boyfriend.
My favorite place to go to with my bofriend is the park.

Synonyms of "Boyfriend" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between When can we meet your boyfriend? and When can we meet with your boyfriend? ?
A: They mean the same thing, "when can we meet your boyfriend" is just more casual/for friends/family

"when can we meet with your boyfriend" is more formal/professional/work

example:
"when can i meet with your boss?"
Q: What is the difference between boyfriend and lover ?
A: a boyfriend is a boy you are dating. A lover can be a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife, or someone you are having an affair with.
Q: What is the difference between I argued with my boyfriend and I had an argument with my boyfriend ?
A: In the first sentence it's not clear how many times you argued. It could be almost every day. In the second sentence you talk about only one argument.
Q: What is the difference between boyfriend and lover and husband and partner ?
A: yeah. partner can be broadly used for both cases, involving and not involving love.
There are business partners, singing partners, dancing partners,etc.
It can be also used when love is involved. Depends on the situation.
Q: What is the difference between my boyfriend got paid more than me even though we worked the same hours. and my boyfriend was paid more than me even though we work the same hours. ?
A: It means the exact same thing. My boyfriend was paid more than me... just has proper grammar. Yet both are used interchangeably.

Translations of "Boyfriend"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? boyfriend
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when your boyfriend ' s favorite rugby team had lost a game last night
A: Just say "Haha loooooser!" and then run away.😂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? your boyfriend betrayed you and dated with another girl, what do you call this girl? is there a certain word to describe this kind of girl? you know, in China we call them "xiaosan" , which literally means "the third one".
A: Maybe "the other woman"

A: We can run away together, and live on the beach, and..
B: But you're married, A! I don't want to be the other woman.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 〜の延長線でex 'having a boyfriend is 延長線 of 'friend'
A: If I read it correctly, it would be "extension". "A boyfriend is the extension of a friend." or better "A (romantic) relationship is the extension of a friendship."

Other questions about "Boyfriend"

Q: From now on, I ban you coming near to my boyfriend. does this sound natural?
A: "From now on, you are banned from coming near my boyfriend" would be smoother
Q: "will you leave me after getting a boyfriend"
Does the sentence want to know my will in future or ask me to do so ?
A: It is not asking you to do so. It is wanting to know your future.
Q: I envy her because she has a boyfriend handsome than my boyfriend does this sound natural?
A: In English, adjectives are places before the noun. So, instead of "boyfriend handsome" you should say "handsome boyfriend" However, since you are making a comparison you would say "more handsome boyfriend"

A more fluent sentence would be "I envy her because she has a more handsome boyfriend than me" or "I envy her because she has a more handsome boyfriend than I do"
Q: You by far best boyfriend in my life. does this sound natural?
A: You are by far the best boyfriend I've ever had.
Q: I was angry with my boyfriend tonight does this sound natural?
A: I think because she's not with her boyfriend anymore, so it's in the past. Otherwise, it would be “I am angry...tonight.”

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