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

The meaning of "Capture" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The well-off capture a disproportionate share of the economic gains for themselves and their offspring. mean?
A: "The well-off" means the wealthy class or those who are rich. "capture a disproportionate share" means unequal proportion "economic gains" simply means overall money made in the economy So, it basically means the rich class is taking most of the money in the economy for themselves and their children, leaving the rest of us with only crumbs.
Q: What does capture mean?
A: to take captive for eg: he had captured the snake.
Q: What does capture mean?
A: take into one's possession or control by force
Q: What does capturing mean?
A: Capturing means "catching"

Example sentences using "Capture"

Q: Please show me example sentences with capture the whole picture.
A: To better understand, I have captured the whole picture for you in a gist. I want you to capture the whole picture so that we can look forward seeing to it for any changes. Please don't just see a part of it but rather focus on the whole picture and you will understand better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with capture the whole picture.
A: The journalist's article didn't capture the whole picture of what was happening in that town. We've learned a lot about our world using science, but it can't capture the whole picture. ("get a picture" is more common) I will talk to his kids to get a better picture of what kind of person he is.
Q: Please show me example sentences with capture the image.
A: don't capture the worst images

Synonyms of "Capture" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between captured and filmed ?
A: captured usually refers to photograph filmed usually refers to video
Q: What is the difference between capture and conquer ?
A: Capture: I took this from you. Conquer: I forcefully took everything.
Q: What is the difference between capture and obtain ?
A: They mean the same, but "capture" means to obtain smthn by force
Q: What is the difference between capture and grab ?
A: The Red Army captured the city of Berlin. The photographer captured the wild boar on film. The police captured the thief as he tried to escape. I grabbed him by the arm and told him to keep quiet. I grabbed a coffee on my way to work this morning. He grabbed me just as I was leaving and asked for my help. The sequel didn't grab me in the same way as the original.

Translations of "Capture"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? does it sounds natural capture her consciousness
A: “Capture her attention” is the common phrase. —His shouting really captured her attention.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? capture
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? capture
A: cap-sure
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? capture
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Other questions about "Capture"

Q: You don't need to blame yourself for only 1% you failed to hear. You got 99% of what they said without capture! does this sound natural?
A: “You don’t need to blame yourself for failing to hear only 1% of it. You still heard 99% without difficulty!”
Q: This captures the people’s life priority where a home being the first rather than wellbeing or health. This can be marked as problematic since house expenditure is usually required to pay before other material living standards. This indicates that it makes more difficult for people to afford other necessities. does this sound natural?
A: I didn't notice, so it must be OK. I missed a word in the last sentence here. Here's a correction and an alternative for you... This reflects householders' life priorities, where a home comes first rather than wellbeing or health, which can be problematic since housing expenditure is usually required to be paid before other material living costs. This suggests that it makes it more difficult for people to afford other necessities.
Q: What sounds more natural as a capture under the picture on the Internet: gone to London or left for London?
A: It depends on the picture. If you are in London in the picture you would say "(I've) Gone to London!" If you aren't in London yet, e.g. You are at the airport or on the plane, then you would write "(I've) Left for London!"
Q: please capture wechat chatroom images that includes the sentences you want to delete. does this sound natural?
A: Please take pictures of the 'Wechat Chatroom' that includes the sentences you want deleted/ you want to delete.

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