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

The meaning of "Burger" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does burger flipper mean?
A: thank you very much
Q: What does "fully-dressed" burger patties mean?
A: probably means they already have toppings on them, maybe lettuce, tomato, etc.
Q: What does The burger is nice and flaky. What is flaky means? mean?
A: I've never heard someone describe a burger as flaky. Did you read this somewhere?
Q: What does burger mean?
A: I Googled the phrase "If you're a burger, I'm a burger." and it seems to be a thing. I'm not sure what it means but it seems to be friendly. :—)

Synonyms of "Burger" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a burger and an hamburger ?
A: they mean the same thing, burger is just a shorter way of saying hamburger.

"burger" and "cheeseburger" both imply that the burger is being served with cheese, but if you specify "hamburger" it can imply a burger with no cheese.
Q: What is the difference between I want a burger. and I'd likea burger. ?
A: It doesn’t make much difference using either one, but what you should do is pay attention to what your friend/acquaintance says to you first. If someone asks “what do you want?” I’d probably say “I want a burger” and if someone asks “what would you like?” I’d probably say “I’d like a burger”. (Waiters usually ask, “what would you like” and not “what do you want”.)
Note, you can add “I think” or “I’d maybe” to make “I want” more polite, given you say it with a straightforward tone of voice to let the person know that you actually know what you want but you’re talking politely. (Ie. I think I want a burger.) This is how I would say “I want” personally. Hope this wasn’t too confusing, I just thought this is what natural English usually sounds like.
Q: What is the difference between burger and hamburger ?
A: No difference
Q: What is the difference between Everyday he’d continue to eat a burger. and Every single day he’d continue to eat a burger. ?
A: every single day is expressing more anger or sadness

everyday is normal
Q: What is the difference between I ate a burger and I have eaten a burger ?
A: "I have eaten a burger" is more formal than "I ate a burger," but the meanings are the same. In American English, "I ate a burger" is more common.

Translations of "Burger"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)?

I am ordering a burger and would like to know what sauce they put inside.

is it correct to say

"May I know what sauce does it come with?"

or is there any better way of saying it?
A: Yes its correct and it's the best way you could say
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? take the burgers away.
take the burgers to go.
which is commonly used in US?
A: I'll take those burgers to go.
Can I get that to go?
Those are to go.

The emphasis is in the term "to go." To do so is to have "take-out."

Such as: "Hey bro, do you want to have Chinese tonight? Yeah, but it better be to go."

In my area I rarely ever hear the word "take-out" and its combinations anymore. It's mostly "to go." Probably has to do with marketing and an emphasis on ease and efficiency.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? burger
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? burger
Hamburger (is American), chicken burger, beef burger, veggie burger (vegetarian)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I ordered one burger at Mc Donald's n ask the person at the counter to pack it for take away
A: This is what you would say to ask the person to pack it to go (for take away):

Hi, can I get one burger to-go?

Other questions about "Burger"

Q: You can try this burger in only this month!
We are sure you will like this. Does this sound natural?
A: "You can try this burger this month only! We are sure you will like it."
Q: I want a burger with onion, please. Does this sound natural?
A: Onion can serve as plural in this case. Estás bien 👍
Q: The burger tastes very good, and french fries are OK. There are a few seat in the store. It was crowded but we didn't wait so long time. Does this sound natural?
A: @Risa1986 the food service was speedy, so we didn't have to wait for a long tine
Q: I ate the burger in handsome burger Nagoya this afternoon. The shop opened since the end of last year.
I was curious about that.
The burger was more inexpensive than another burger shops in Nagoya.
Although the burger's quality is great.
I added to some avocados. Pretty nice.

A: @original0214: " The shop has been opening since the end of last year."
this sentence means that the shop is still in the process of opening until now. and that process started since the end of last year.
"has been +v~ing" means an action is continuous from a specified time up to the present or until a specified point in time.

"The shop opened by the end of last year."
this sentence means that the shop opened around november or december of last year (2015).
Q: I'll have a burger with onions held. Does this sound natural?
A: i'll have a burger without onions. Some people will say "I'll have a burger hold the onions".

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