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

The meaning of "Building" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The noble building of.. mean?
A: oh okay, I get it. building refers to geometry supposing that Euclid is a famous mathematician and build a lot of geometrical standards thousands of years ago, and as for the usage of the word "noble", it's because of how ancient and original his discovers and researches are :)
Q: What does building blocks of life mean?
A: Building blocks are the fundamental parts of life.
Q: What does a commercial building mean?
A: A building that is used for commercial purposes, such as office buildings, warehouses, retail stores, convenience stores, etc.

Basically buildings that are used for business purposes.
Q: What does what is he building there mean?
A: @wangting890111: someone is building/making something and you are asking what it is
Q: What does "own the building" mean?
A: It means that the people get pizza from a place called gino's because they own the building where gino's is located

Example sentences using "Building"

Q: Please show me example sentences with building.
A: Building a new house is expensive.
Children play with building blocks.
Some people like building furniture.

The building is extremely tall.
I like the style of the building.
Q: Please show me example sentences with building .
A: We are building a new house.

That building is so tall!

The child is building with Legos.
Q: Please show me example sentences with There is a building right before my eyes, but I didn't noticed it..
A: 私の目の前にビルがあったけどきずいてなかった。
Q: Please show me example sentences with underground and building .
A: There is a bomb shelter underground.
This building is really old.

Synonyms of "Building" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A) Empty buildings and B) Empty properties ?
A: A building is a structure such as a skyscraper or school. An empty building could mean that there is no people inside, or that there is nothing in the building because it has been deserted.

Property refers to the land where buildings can sit. Empty property would mean that no one is on the property or that the property has been abandoned.
Q: What is the difference between A: I went to go out of the building. and B: I went out of the building. ?
A: A: You were thinking about leaving the building but you didn’t leave.
B: You left the building.
Q: What is the difference between the building has been constructed and the building is being constructed ?
A: 1. The building is finished.

2. The building is not finished.
Q: What is the difference between buildings and premises ?
A: Buildings 는 그냥 건물인데 premises이라면 그게 어떤 학교 아니면 어떤 회사 등등가 소유하고있는 건물도 건물의 주위 지역도 입니다. 예를 들면, 'You are not allowed to smoke in the school buildings.'는 '학교의 건물 안에서는 담배를 피우면 안됩니다.' 같은 뜻이고 'You are not allowed to smoke on the school premises.'는 '학교의 건물 안에서도 학교 운동장에서도 담배를 피우면 안됩니다.' 라는 뜻입니다. (한국어를 잘 못해서 쉽게 이해가 되길 바랍니다! 실수 하면 좀 지적해주세요~! 혹시 제가 하는 문장을 더 자연스럽게 고쳐주시면 안될까요? ^^)
Q: What is the difference between i entered into the building and i entered the building ?
A: you're right. he did say he was fortunate to enter into LA. what may have happened is because he was freely talking, maybe he was going to say "when i entered into (the field of) acting" I would still say "entered acting" but sometimes people don't use these words correctly even if they are native speakers ^^ it may be he was going to word the sentence differently and then changed his mind, but he had already said "into" !

Translations of "Building"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He lives in "the building that is next to the building I live in"
A: You could say “the building next-door” or “the building next to mine”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? building
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a building in which university students live (and is usually located near the university)
A: Dorms (US) or student halls (UK)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? which one is right? complex building or building complex?I want to describe my flat! 🤔
A: building complex. A complex building means that the architecture of the building is complicated. 大楼的建筑很复杂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? small building
A: A house? La casa?

Other questions about "Building"

Q: She expects to fall down from the top of the building. Does this sound natural?
A: @Hana333:
"She expects to fall from the top of the building."
or
"She expects to fall off the top of the building."
Hope this helps! 😊
Q: If you will turn around, you will see a big building. Does this sound natural?
A: If you turn around, you will see a big building.
Q: the building has 4 floors and 8 houses. Does this sound natural?
A: There are 4 floods and 8 houses in the building sounds more natural. But the first one is actually fine.

If you're referring to a specific building use "this" instead of "the"
Q: High-rise building are sometimes regardes as eyesores of the city. Does this sound natural?
A: With one spelling error: "regardes" --> "regarded".
Q: I didn't know that it is such a old building. Does this sound natural?
A: In American English, I typically hear "I didn't know it was such an old building". Not sure why past tense is used, but it's what's natural here.

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