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

The meaning of "Breakfast" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does we would breakfast together,parsing dispatches at one end of the teak dining table mean?
A: we would breakfast = we would eat breakfast
parsing = reading carefully
dispatches = news about the military
teak = a kind of dark-colored wood
dining table = a table where people eat formal meals

We would have breakfast together, carefully reading through military news while we sat on the same side of the wood dining table.
Q: What does Would you be needing breakfast the following morning. mean?
A: "Would you be needing" is a formal and stiff expression (but it is used very often).

"Will you be needing" is less stiff and more polite.

"Will you need" is a normal expression.

"Would you need" can also be used instead of "would you be needing."
Q: What does to have the breakfast shift mean?
A: It means you work the morning shift when they are serving breakfast & once they start lunch you're done^^
Q: What does breakfast in bed mean?
A: It means you eat breakfast while sitting in bed. People will bring others breakfast so they do not have to leave their bed. It shows that they care about the other person.
Q: What does breakfast express sandwich mean?
A: Express can sometimes mean "fast"

So this sandwich is probably a sandwich meant to appeal to people who need a quick fast breakfast.

Most likely it will have a breakfast meat (sausage, bacon, ham), egg and cheese.

Example sentences using "Breakfast"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I grow up at seven o’clock am,breakfast at seven thirty o’clock am,working at eight thirty o’clock am ,finally finished all walk and go home at five o’clock pm.
A: - "Grow up" is when a child becomes an adult. You probably mean "get up" or "wake up".
- We only say "o'clock" when there are no minutes after the hour.

I get up at seven o'clock AM, eat breakfast at seven-thirty AM, start work at eight-thirty AM, [???] and go home at five o'clock PM.

I'm not sure what that part means; maybe "When I'm finally finished, I'll walk home..." or "When I'm finally finished with work"?
Q: Please show me example sentences with did you finish eating breakfast yet or did you eat anything this morning .
A: If we’re talking very conversationally, these phrases are said in the context of it being morning, so specifics aren’t typically used:

“Did you eat yet?”
“Did you have breakfast?”
“Want to grab breakfast?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with breakfast .
A: @hurricaneignacioI

I didn't eat breakfast this morning.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Did you eat breakfast?

I ate my neighbour's breakfast.

My sister makes a very delicious breakfast.
Q: Please show me example sentences with breakfast.
A: Have you had breakfast?
What did you eat for breakfast? Breakfast starts at 8am.
Q: Please show me example sentences with breakfast .
A: I forgot to eat breakfast this morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. When you don't eat breakfast it affects your concentration.

Synonyms of "Breakfast" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between eat for breakfast and eat breakfast ?
A: You eat something for breakfast.
Example:
I eat two boiled eggs for breakfast every other day.
Q: What is the difference between I made breakfast and I did make breakfast ?
A: 'I made breakfast.' is a simple statement. 'I did make breakfast.' seems to be insistent about the fact, perhaps someone defending an accusation. E.g.

'I made breakfast.'
'Thanks.'

'I don't believe that you made breakfast.'
'I did make breakfast.'

There may be other contexts that make 'I did make breakfast.' work.
Q: What is the difference between a breakfast and breakfast ?
A: you know i have never heard anyone say "a breakfast"
breakfast by itself is what you'll hear everyone say

im going to have breakfast
breakfast is good for you
i had breakfast
did you have breakfast

unless... you want to refer to something that is included in the breakfast menu, like saying "a breakfast sandwich"
Q: What is the difference between I always have breakfast before going to work and I always have breakfast before i go to work ?
A: There is no difference.
Q: What is the difference between Did you eat/have breakfast? and Have you eaten/had breakfast? ?
A: No difference. Just depends on when you're saying it. "Did you eat breakfast" might be said if a doctor is giving pills and you need to have empty stomach. And "have you eaten breakfast" is more likely to be used to suggest the person wants to go get breakfast with you. But either makes sense both ways.

Translations of "Breakfast"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? had your breakfast
A:
Have you had your breakfast?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? breakfast aur lunch kai bich jo khana khaya jata hai usko kya boltey hai
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? breakfast thieves
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What are you eating on breakfast at your country?
A: "What are you eating for breakfast?" -what they're eating that that second.

"What do you eat for breakfast in your country?" - what's normal to eat for breakfast in your county.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What you eat for breakfast
A: what did you eat for breakfast

Other questions about "Breakfast"

Q: I'm reluctant to eat breakfast. does this sound natural?
A: @Hana333: To be reluctant usually means that there is something that makes you uncomfortable, like "I am reluctant to pet the mean dog." If you are reluctant to eat then maybe you are ill or there is something wrong with the food. If you just don't want to eat, you can say "I don't care for breakfast".
Q: After breakfast, you can eat an apple whether you like it or not. does this sound natural?
A: Thanks for the explanation! In that case, try saying something like:

"If you like apples, try having one after breakfast. It's good for your health."

You can omit the second sentence if it's clear from the context of the conversation that you're talking about ways to be healthy.

"Whether you like it or not" is usually a phrase you use in a bad situation, such as when the person you're talking to disagrees with you.

Examples:
"You'll eat your vegetables whether you like it or not." (the person does not want to eat his/her vegetables)
"You'll apologize to your brother whether you like it or not." (the person does not want to apologize)
Q: "He made his breakfast by himself" "He made his breakfast for himself"
Do the two sentences have the same meaning?
A: Not exactly.

"He made it by himself" means he had no help.

"He made it for himself" means he didn't make it for anyone else.

So it depends what you want to emphasize.

"My son is so grown up--he made breakfast by himself!"

"My son got up really early, made breakfast for himself, and went to work before we woke up."
Q: I can't put up with not having breakfast. does this sound natural?
A: I'd say "I can't not eat breakfast" or "I have to have breakfast". "I can't put up with" sounds like someone is forcing you to not eat breakfast but you really want to.
Q: "The breakfast of champions is not cereal, it's the opposition."

What does it mean?
A: It's figurative speech. Breakfast is suppose to wake you up and it is suppose to help you learn, lose weight, and live better. Breakfast is said to be a key part in anyone's day.

Champions (people who succeed) are fueled by opposition (people who go against them or who oppose them). Overcoming challenges and conflicts is what makes up a champion.
Obstacles are the first things they face, but surely not the last or the easiest things that they conquer. It is the basis to their success.

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