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

The meaning of "Charity" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does charity mean?
A: You or someone else donating some money to help out other people who are in need.
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Q: What does We ain't operating no charity outfit here. mean?
A: This is very colloquial. It means: this is not a charity. In other words: it's not free, you have to pay.
Q: What does charity mean?
A: an organisation that helps the less fortunate😁
Q: What does this charity aims to help people help themselves. mean?
A: It helps to understand if you insert a "to".

This charity aims to help people (to) help themselves.

Example sentences using "Charity"

Q: Please show me example sentences with charity.
A: He gave all his money to charity.
I don't want your charity.
She loves to buy things at charity shops.
I'm not some kind of charity case!
Q: Please show me example sentences with charity .
A: all the profits will go to charity

she lives on charity

her mother shows much charity to the impoverished
Q: Please show me example sentences with charity.
A: I always try to donate a portion of my paycheck to charity.
Charity benefits the giver more than the receiver.
Smile, it's a charity.

Synonyms of "Charity" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between charity and philanthropy ?
A: Both terms refer to the act of donating something to someone.
Charity is usually done by giving money or volunteering for a cause. It also carries emotion and a certain impulse from the donor.
On the order hand, philanthropy is more of a long-term action/characteristic to a social problem, often addressed by advocacy and donations.

“During the disaster, many people volunteered to help. It was truly a charity act. Meanwhile, many philanthropists offered their resources to mitigate the situation by making strategies to help the needed, and also prevent for future events.”
Q: What is the difference between charity and goodwill ?
A: Charity is volunteer helping those in need or a non profit organization used to help those with needs and goodwill is a thrift store.Hope this helps:)
Q: What is the difference between charity shop and thrift shop ?
A: I think they are generally interchangeable. However, I believe charity shops are more frequent in the UK and thrift shops or frequent in the US.
Q: What is the difference between A charity concert was held by the nearby church. and A charity concert was held at the nearby church. ?
A: yes they are!

Translations of "Charity"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A) I'll introduce our charity day.
B) I'll introduce you our charity day.
C) I'll introduce you to our charity day.
D) I'll introduce to you our charity day.
Which are right?
A: d is definitely the most accurate one
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We will organize a few charity plant sales across the year.
Can 'sales' be used as plural here? Thank you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A) The charity sale is open on Friday.
B) The charity sale opens on Friday.
C) The charity sale opens from 9am to 5pm.
Which are right?
A: All are correct, I would recommend saying "The charity sale is open from 9am to 5pm." The way you said it makes it sound like are opening the sale for 7 hours, when it would only take a few minutes to open the sale.
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Other questions about "Charity"

Q: -jobless human
-doing charity for you is my job
Does it sound natural?
A: Oh ok! If it is a joke, it is natural
Q: Who do you hold this charity event for? Does this sound natural?
A: × Who do you hold this charity event for?
✓ Who is this charity event held for?

Q: A : We will hold the charity auction next month.

B : What a great idea. Let me in. Does this sound natural?
A: × A : We will hold the charity auction next month.
✓ A : We will hold the charity auction next month. (Perfect!)

× B : What a great idea.
✓ B : What a great idea. (Perfect!)

× Let me in.
✓ Let me help.

Q: I do charity twice a month Does this sound natural?
A: "I do charity work twice a month" if you give your time.
"I give to charity twice a month" if you give your money.
Q: After he retire, he still do charity work. That’s why I admire him and want to meet him , if I could. Does this sound natural?
A: Even though he is retired, he still does charity work. That's why I admire him and would like to meet him.

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