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

The meaning of "Brush" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does brush strokes mean?
A: In this case, "brush strokes" refers to the texture in the paint made by the paint brush.
Q: What does brush up mean?
A: It means she got close to him, enough to touch him just barely. She brushed up against him implies that she intentionally did it perhaps to get his attention to to be near him
Q: What does brush mean?
A: The word brush has several meanings. Here are the more common uses:
Noun: I need a brush for my hair
I need a brush to paint my fence
We must clear the brush from the field (Large weeds and bushes)

Verb:
She brushes her daughter's hair every morning.
Go brush your teeth.
Q: What does brushed mean?
A: brushed is the past form of to brush. To brush is 'rozar'
Q: What does brush over our conversation mean?
A: You just began talking about it, or talked really briefly about it, not in depth.

Example sentences using "Brush"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to brush up on.
A: Yeah. You can use it in the context to review, reflect or better/advance a person’s memory or skill.

Example
“I need to brush up on my maths”
“I should brush up on my history”
Q: Please show me example sentences with brush up (DEFINITION ) to paint.
A: You look younger when you brush up your hair.
Q: Please show me example sentences with brush up on.
A: I want to brush up on my Japanese.
I learned to drive two years ago, so I need to brush up on the rules.
Q: Please show me example sentences with brush up.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with brush off.
A: She's always brushing off men.

Synonyms of "Brush" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between brush up and brush up on ?
A: Both are the same.
Q: What is the difference between brush up and brush up on ?
A: 'Brush up on' is more grammatically correct.
E.G. "I need to brush up on my Japanese" sounds better than "I need to brush up my Japanese"
Q: What is the difference between I haven't picked up my brushes in years. and I haven't picked up my brushes for years. ?
A: They mean the same thing.
IN YEARS highlights how long it has been since he painted
FOR YEARS highlights how long he has gone without painting
but the info is essentially the same
Q: What is the difference between brush up and revise ?
A: To brush up on something means to revisit something you were previously good at, had a lot of knowledge about, or to fix something that's broken or needs repairing.
E.g - 'I need to brush up on my english'
'I need to brush up on my horse riding'

to revise something is to study something intensely, to help you memorise or learn something
E.g - 'during exams, many students revise subjects'
Q: What is the difference between brush and stroke ?
A: You may brush past someone is just touch them lightly as you move past one another.
You may brush (v) your hair (with a hair brush) or your teeth ( with a tooth brush) or your dog with a dog brush (n)
You can paint a picture using bold or light brush strokes
A stroke can be a form of serious heart attack.
Brush can be land that is difficult to walk through because it is full of bushes.
You may stroke your pet with your hand.

Translations of "Brush"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? brush
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? brush
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main brush Kar liya app khana lagao
A: I have taken brush you get food
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? brush and blush
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? brush karo
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Other questions about "Brush"

Q: brush my teeth does this sound natural?
A: sounds good!
Q: ''Look, his brush is MAGICAL, it looks like he doesn't have any ink on it but it still paints the ink!''
【Do you think MAGIC also work in this sentence? Thanks】 does this sound natural?
A: Mostly perfect! 'It still paints ink' is better than 'it still paints THE ink' as it's not referring to any specific ink - just ink in general.

It sounds a little bit childish if you say 'his brush is magic' - its not entirely grammatically correct. 'Magical' is much better here. :)
Q: I want to improve, and brush up on my English at the same time as my daughter is learning English. does this sound natural?
A: I'd say you don't need the comma but other than that it looks good
Q: this is a brush of me - right?
or: the brush is my - right? does this sound natural?
A: The brush is mine. This is my brush
Q: What does brush sb off mean?
A: It means to ignore somebody or don't pay attention to them

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