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

The meaning of "Car" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does domestic car mean?
A: It's a car that's used for everyday life (like a house car used by a family)
Q: What does They abandoned the car on a back road mean?
A: It means they got rid of, or left the car on a road that not many people use.
Q: What does Why is a car with malfunction called "lemon"? And why is a passenger sheet called "shotgun"? mean?
A: "Lemon" comes from the phrase "to hand someone a lemon", which means "to promise someone a good thing, then give them a bad one". Imagine if someone promised you an apple, and then you bit into a lemon instead.

The passenger seat is called "shotgun" because on old stagecoaches (a kind of horse-drawn vehicle), the driver sat next to a person with a shotgun who would protect the vehicle from threats.
Q: What does climbed out of the car mean?
A: You would not say "get off"/"got off" to describe someone exiting a car. Instead you would say "get out of"/"got out of", such as in "He got out of the car."

"climbed out of the car" means the same thing, but sometimes it suggests that it was difficult to get out of the car. For example, perhaps the person was small and the car was big, or maybe the car was very tall and high off the ground.
Q: What does I would have killed for a car like this, when I was your age. mean?
A: It means that he really wanted a car like that when he was younger. He would have done anything for one - even killed someone

Example sentences using "Car"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I have got a car? Or... I had got a car? And... (have got) in the future? .
A: I have got a car или I have a car.
I had a car или I used to have a car.
I will get a car in the future.
Q: Please show me example sentences with get in the car? get on the bus? can I say get on the car and get in the bus?🤔.
A: Examples:
- Let's get in the car already.
- I think the elderly should get on the bus first.

You can say "get on the car" and "get in the bus" but it isn't as common and feels weird because the way you get in the car is different from getting on the bus.
Q: Please show me example sentences with car
.
A: The car broke down.
I bought a brand new car today, an Audi S4.
My cousin owns a car dealership.
Q: Please show me example sentences with new car.
A: -I love my new car
-My dad bought me a new car
-My new car smells good
-She got a new car
-The new car is red
Q: Please show me example sentences with you don't have a blue car or you haven't a blue car?.
A: You haven't got a blue car anywhere in your car dealership, do you? You may have fifty different shades of silver car, but you haven't got a blue car anywhere.

Synonyms of "Car" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a new car and a brand new car ?
A: A brand new car is newer than a new car. A car can be called "new" for longer than it can be called "brand new."
Q: What is the difference between I wouldn't leave your car unlocked,it must be stolen. and I wouldn't leave your car unlocked,it must has been stolen. ?
A: Both of these sentences are a little off. I would say "I wouldn't leave your car unlocked, it might be stolen" meaning there is a chance it could be ... And "I wouldn't leave your car unlocked, it might have been stolen" meaning it didn't happen (get stolen) but it could have, there was a chance.

So might rather than must.
Q: What is the difference between lend a car and lent a car ?
A: 아니요. 그건 다릅니다. 렌터카는 영어로 "rental car"라고 합니다. Rent는 빌린다는 뜻이고, lend는 빌려준다는 의미고, rental car (렌터카)는 빌린 차라는 뜻입니다.
Q: What is the difference between The car is broken. The car was broken. and The car has broken. ?
A: The car is broken (now)
The car was broken (in the past)
The car has broken (by now)
Q: What is the difference between I don't have a car. and I have not had a car. ?
A: I don't have a car = I don't have a car right at this moment, but I might have had one at some point.
I have not had a car = I have never had/owned a car.

Translations of "Car"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? car
A: That's cool! I wish I could speak Arabic to help you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it is my car
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say car in English?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? car
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? car
A: You said it already! "Car" :)

Other questions about "Car"

Q: The car was green.
It hit my dog yesterday.

When we combine these two sentences using "which", is the sentence (2) also correct?

(1) The car which hit my dog yesterday was green.
(2) The car which was green hit my dog yesterday.
(3) The car, which was green, hit my dog yesterday. does this sound natural?
A: Only the third sentence is correct. The second needs the commas and the first sentence needs to be “The car, which hit my dog yesterday, was green”

The most natural way to say this sentence is “A green car hit my dog yesterday.”
Q: That car is his father's. does this sound natural?
A: well done~
Q: When you drive a car, you must obey the traffic regulations does this sound natural?
A: When you drive a car, you must obey all traffic regulations.

When you used “the” it sounded like there was only one set of laws or a superior, well-know list of rules to follow. Use “all” instead to include all know traffic regulations because they may vary from state to state(in America).
Q: Nowadays, car accidents caused by elderly have become problems in Japan. Even if they return their driver's license, they forget it and then drive and cause accidents. does this sound natural?
A: its natural
Q: “I want very much you to wash my car .“ does this sound natural?
A: Yes, you can say this, but most people would just say "I want you to wash my car" or "i really want you to wash my car"

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