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

The meaning of "Bulb" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does By squeezing the ""bulb"" you will be pumping air into the jar mean?
A: I'm not sure exactly what your sentence is describing, but that part is called a bulb.
Q: What does light bulbs (look at the image) mean?
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Q: What does a bulb of garlic mean?
A: one whole garlic. (the big one)
Q: What does third bulb mean?
A: It can mean an extra brake light fitted above the back of a car window, so that cars in a queue can see cars ahead braking.

Example sentences using "Bulb"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bulb.
A:

There is a light bulb missing on this lamp.

We need to buy some more light bulbs.

In the spring we plant certain bulbs that flower in the summer.

Tulips bulbs can be difficult to grow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with light bulb moment.
A: Light bulb moment is not something you can find in every daily sentences..
E.g :
The light bulb is an invention that dates back to the 1870s.
You should change your living room's light bulb, it's so dark in here.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bulb holder me lagate waqt foot gya.
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Synonyms of "Bulb" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bulbs
and lamp and light ?
A: bulb = the specific part of the light that lights up (made of glass)
lamp = the object/piece of furniture that provides light
Light is what enables us to see things and is the opposite of darkness. For example, the sun is a source of light. A lamp is also a source of light.
Q: What is the difference between A bulb of garlic and A clove of garlic ?
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Translations of "Bulb"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bulb
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the bulbs come (up/in/out..?) in spring. How do you say "to sprout" using a phrasal verb "come ..."?
A: I don't think any of those are correct. I don't think you can call sprouting "coming out/up/in"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bulb
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Other questions about "Bulb"

Q: The bulb is out.
The bulb went out
The bulb burnt out
The bulb blew out
Are they the same?
A: Yes, they all mean the same thing but...
I've never heard "the bulb blew out" before. That only happens to candles.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Can you change this bulb for me?
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Q: which is correct? bulbs burned out ?or bulbs were burned out?
A: bulbs were burned out,the bulbs won't burned out itself ,something make it burned out.So it use passive voices in here
Q: One of the bulbs in my room has fused
One of the bulbs in my room is out of light
One of the bulbs in my room has no battery does this sound natural?
A: One of the bulbs in my room has gone out.

One of the bulbs in my room is dead.
Q: What is this?

Naked bulb or bulb lamp?
A: Bulb or lightbulb. No need to specify "naked" or "lamp." I'd only use "naked bulb" if it's screwed into a light that should have a cover/shade but doesn't.

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