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

The meaning of "Characteristic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> gets her into scrapes mean?
A: @Ri-na This [thing about her] gets her into awkward situations.
Q: What does Loosey-goosey? Positive or negative <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>? mean?
A: It is an informal fun expression, means very loose or very wobbly because something is loose. For example, last week I watched a machine repair DVD and they mentioned if you don’t tighten the screws properly on a needle plate (part of a sewing machine) the needle plate will get all loosey-goosey. Very loose but not quite falling off.
Q: What does "<span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>" mean?
A: A <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> is a trait of someone or something!

i.e. The cat is very cute, so "cute" is one of its <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>s, or traits.

Hope this helps!
Q: What does typical <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> of the land down under mean?
A: Down under = Australia.
Q: What does Any other special physical <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> of the works mean?
A: 平均 or 腹黒い

Example sentences using "Characteristic"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>.
A: Thank you so much (o^^o)

Synonyms of "Characteristic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> and features and many languages share <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> that affects ... ?
A: Difference is <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> are mostly used for character (he is a happy/childish/exiting person) and features is how someone looks like (he has long/short/colored hair)(small/big eyes)
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> and personality ?
A: Yes personality is only used to describe human beings. Sometimes, it’s used to describe pets too but not commonly.

Also someone’s personality is the collection of their non-physical <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span>.

Sorry for not explaining well.
Q: What is the difference between "the most important <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> a good teacher must have are patient and creativity." and "the most important <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> a good teacher must have are patience and creativity." ?
A: The second is correct. Patient is to Patience as Creative is to Creativity.
Q: What is the difference between "<span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>" and "trait" ?
A: '<span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>' can also refer to something that is typical to a place, someone or something.

eg: A polite manner is <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> of Japanese people.

eg2: The only <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> I inherited from my mother is my brown eyes.

'trait' is a synonym of <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> but it is usually used specifically for distinguishing quality belonging to a person

eg: She has an unfortunate trait of bending the truth when it suits her.

eg2: He is impatient and loud, two traits I can never get used to.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> and trait ?
A: A trait is something you are born with like having blond hair but a <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span> is something you develope like being able to sing.

Translations of "Characteristic"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span>
A: Care-ikt-ter-ist-icks.

Other questions about "Characteristic"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristic</span>.
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Q: I think that we will change our <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> when we speak foreign languages. I have two reasons.
First, we are generally influenced by the natives because we often communicate with them to try to improve our language abilities. We generally come to like the natives when we speak foreign languages.
Second, it is inevitable for us to learn their histories and their cultures because each languages are composed of them. There are each national traits from one language to another. To learn a language is to understand its culture. Therefore, it is natural for us to be thought that we become a different person.
From the above, I strongly believe that foreign language learners will change their personalities when they speak foreign language.

Are these sentences natural? does this sound natural?
A: ‎I think that we will change our <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> when we speak foreign languages. I have two reasons.
*Firstly*, we are generally influenced by *the native speakers of the language we are learning* because we often communicate with them to try to improve our language abilities. We generally come to like native speakers when we speak foreign languages.
*Secondly*, it is inevitable for us to learn their histories and their cultures because each languages are composed of them. There are each national traits from one language to another. To learn a language is to understand its culture. *Therefore, it is natural for others to think that we have become a different person.*
From the above, I strongly believe that foreign language learners will change their personalities when they speak foreign language.

Your sentences are really natural! I just changed a few things, but your writing is totally OK!
Q: I think that people`s <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> depend on their language.
Firstly, language an...
A: that's true regarding how language influences people's perspective on 'respect' and how it affects culture. Even korea and philippines has it. And learning these kinds of languages, to an extent, will develop the culture behind it as well.

But I'm not sure if it has any impact on other things besides how we show respect.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span>.
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Q: Two favorable <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> for men ( I would like to mean "<span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> regarded favorable if men have such as leadership or agrresiveness" more briefly and in general.) does this sound natural?
A: You can certainly say: "two favourable <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> for men".

However, that wouldn't imply any particular <span class="dictionary_keyword">characteristics</span> such as leadership, etc.

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