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

The meaning of "Bud" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does manly taste buds mean?
A: 確かじゃない
ひょっとすると, 男らしい味と思われるのことが好き
Q: What does buds
mean?
A: Buds is short for buddies, which is slang for friends.

Buds can also refer to the starting growth of a flower (i.e. flower bud).

Buds can also be a slang term for marijuana.
Q: What does A bud mean?
A: There are two meanings:
1.a friend
2. A stage in the development of a plant(e.g a rose bud)
The first one is used most often
Q: What does one see bud mean?
A: Yes. "One sec. bud" is short for "One second, buddy" or as you've already stated, "Wait a second".

Example sentences using "Bud"

Q: Please show me example sentences with buds.
A: The tree buds in the spring.
Last spring the flowering plants sprouted many buds; but a late frost killed most of the buds so there were very few blooms.
Q: Please show me example sentences with buds.
A: Look at all the buds on this rose bush, in a few days it will be beautiful.
I lost my Apple earbuds.

Synonyms of "Bud" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bud and buddy ?
A: Bud is just a shortened form of buddy.
"Hey, bud. How's it going?"
"Me and him are buds." (not good grammar, but how it is said)
Q: What is the difference between Bud and Shoot. In plants.
For example: this bud is a product of the primary shoot ?
A: "Buds and shoots are two different parts of a plant. A shoot is from which a bud rises, and a bud is the knoblike part of the plant from which flowers, stems, or leaves develop. ... A bud can be called an embryonic or undeveloped shoot that is normally seen at the stem tip or the axle of the leaf."
Q: What is the difference between bud and buddy ?
A: They mean the same thing when you're using them to mean "friend". It just depends on what you like using more.

Bud can also refer to a flower bud.

"He's my bud."
"You're my buddy."
Q: What is the difference between The buds have begun to open. and The buds began to open. ?
A: Began is past tense, while have begun is present tense, since it's happening right now

Translations of "Bud"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bud
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what means by bud? which condition will use this word?
A: Bud is short for buddy which means friend or pal. It is used in a friendly or cheerful way.
Ex. Thanks bud!

Other questions about "Bud"

Q: More buds for the tea will more expensive does this sound natural?
A: More buds for the tea will be more expensive
Q: Please show me how to pronounce bud and but.
A: I was gonna plant a bud, but I didn’t.
Q: It's still bud. does this sound natural?
A: -They’re still buds.

The question was plural (cherry blossoms), so the answer has to be in the plural (they).

If it was singular, it would be:
-Has the rose bloomed yet?
-No, it’s still ‘a’ bud.

Without the article ‘a’ with the singular ‘bud’, it means that it is someone or something named ‘bud’, not the plant form.

Example:
- “It is a cat”, it is an animal of the type cat, but an unspecific cat that is undefined to the listener.
- “It is the cat”, it is an animal of the type cat, and a specific cat that is defined to the listener.
- “It is cat”, it is not the animal of type cat, but something or someone with the name ‘cat’.
Q: It is a buds of the Okra.
It has a unique aroma like okra and a slimy texture. Good be eaten in Tempura or a vinegared dish. does this sound natural?
A: It is the buds of the Okra.
It has a unique aroma like okra and a slimy texture. It is good to be eaten in a tempura or a vinaigrette dish.
Q: A bud of cherry is about to develop into a blossom.
does this sound natural?
A: I think I would say "The buds on that cherry tree are about to blossom."

Closer to your original sentence would be: "A cherry blossom bud is about to bloom" but that's a bit awkward.

We don't usually say "cherry bud", "apple bud" etc. People will know what you mean, though.

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