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

The meaning of "Cartoon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cartoon (a drawing, especially in a newspaper or magazine, that tells a joke or makes a humorous political criticism)
Besides the above meaning cartoon have any other meaning? like a sketch? mean?
A: I think you might be looking for “comic” or “comic book”
Q: What does If this was a cartoon, you'd look like a ham now. mean?
A: To look like a ham is to be seen behaving in a silly and funny way. It is often the type of humor found in cartoons or animated children's t.v. shows.
Q: What does What's mean of the cartoon? mean?
A: She is scared of what the photo will look like since she didn’t take it herself.
Q: What does cartoons mean?
A: Dessin animé
Q: What does cartoon strip mean?
A: Its a short story that is drawn

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Example sentences using "Cartoon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cartoon.
A: "Spongebob is my favorite cartoon."

"She doesn't like cartoons. She thinks they are childish."

"Have you seen this Mickey Mouse cartoon?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with cartoon.
A: EX) My favorite cartoon show is Pokemon.
EX) Jane dressed up as the cartoon character Jimmy Neutron last Halloween party.
EX) What cartoons do you like?

Synonyms of "Cartoon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "cartoon" and "comic" ?
A: Cartoon sound like it's more for kids, both on TV and in print. Comic almost always refers to something in print. Comic can also be used as an adjective meaning funny.
Q: What is the difference between cartoon and animation and anime ?
A: No chie, he was asking about the English use of "anime", he's studying English lol. We use it for Japanese cartoons ONLY. Animation is also not a synonym for cartoon. Computer-generated 3D realistic animations are not cartoons.
Q: What is the difference between cartoons and comics and what is "Calvin and Hobbes"? cartoon or comic? ?
A: Technically a cartoon is animated, but you sometimes hear the words used interchangeably. So “Calvin and Hobbes” is a comic or comic strip.

Translations of "Cartoon"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Приветствую! У меня есть к тебе предложение. Давай я нарисую твой портрет в стиле cartoon , а ты оставишь свой отзыв о нем в сториз?
A: Hello! I have a suggestion for you. How about I draw your portrait in the cartoon style and you leave a review of it in your Insta-stories?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cartoon
A: Wrong "a" sound :) "ar" makes the same sound as "are" like in "art."

However, that "a" sound would be correct if you were in Australia :) but not the US.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? cartoon roll that remained after using sticky tape
A: paper core
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cartoon
A: cartoon.

Other questions about "Cartoon"

Q: I often watch that cartoon on YouTube but its ads are so pesky. does this sound natural?
A: It’s natural!! remember to put a comma ( , ) after “YouTube.”

“I often watch that cartoon on YouTube, but its ads are so pesky.”

When you use the word “but”, there should always be a comma before it.

Example: “I like cats, but they bite me sometimes.”

i hope this helped!! ❤️❤️
Q: I want to read cartoon. It's X men. I think all American know this one. does this sound natural?
A: I want to read the comic book X-men. I think all Americans know this one. (I think all Americans have heard of this one)
Q: I watched a Japanese cartoon that calls"My hero academia"recently. does this sound natural?
A: "I watched a Japanese cartoon called "My Hero Academia" recently."
"I watched a Japanese cartoon that's/that is called "My Hero Academia" recently."

Close, but you need proper usage of "to call"
Q: In a British cartoon, a girl and her family are shopping at a supermarket.
"We've got four things on the list. Tomatoes, spaghetti, onions and fruit."
"I'll find it all!"
Why does she say "it", not "them"?
A: To me it sounds like she means "the shopping" when she says "it". But it would also sound ok, maybe better, to say "I'll find them all" and refer to the individual items.
Q: I like so much of this cartoon, I just had to draw it. does this sound natural?
A: I like this cartoon so much I just had to draw it!

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