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

The meaning of "Chicken" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does chickens come home to roost mean?
A: chickens come home to roost = your bad deeds will come back to punish you, like chickens return to their nests at the end of the day; 因果応報

Dan thinks he can get away with constantly insulting everyone, but his chickens will come home to roost one day. = Dan will eventually face the consequences of his insults
Q: What does Wow, this chicken is really good.
Thanks, It is dry rub.

what does dry rub mean? mean?
A: "Dry rub" is when you season meat with dry spices rubbed onto the raw meat before it is cooked. They call it a "dry rub" to distinguish it from soaking the meat in a liquid marinade.
Q: What does  “runnin’ ‘round like a chicken with its head cut off” mean?
A: runnin’ ‘round (or "running around") like a chicken with its head cut off

If you're "runnin’ ‘round like a chicken with its head cut off" you're moving about aimlessly, without purpose, and in a frenzy, in an upset state of mind.
Q: What does "chicken hawk" in 925 mean?
A: It's hard to tell from the context, but in general a "chicken hawk" is a pejorative term for someone who supports wars but avoids any military service.
Q: What does chicken fried mean?
A: Fried in the style of fried chicken, with a flour, egg, and spice batter that is deep-fried.

Example sentences using "Chicken"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
'A chicken, chickens, chicken'
'A fish, fishes, fish'
'A sauce, sauces , sauce'
'A onion, onions, onion'.
A: “Fishes” can be used as an action word (like to catch a fish) and to refer to different species

And you can also use “school of fish” but it in very limited instances
Q: Please show me example sentences with chicken out.
A: Don't chicken out from asking her out.
I knew she was going to chicken out.
How long did it take before they chickened out?
If you chicken out then somebody else will win the prize.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I had chicken the last time I at the restaurant.
A: You could fill in the blank with “ate” or “dined” or “was” or “had lunch” or “had dinner”. All of those would be common. A less common (more formal) expression is “took a meal”. I can’t think of any others, though I am sure there are more.

Synonyms of "Chicken" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I ate chicken. and I ate a chicken, ?
A: When you say that you ate chicken it can be chicken nugget, chicken wings..., it means that you ate a specific part of the chicken. But when you say that you ate a chicken it means the whole chicken.
Q: What is the difference between I am a chicken. and I am chicken. ?
A: I am a chicken means that you are the animal chicken
But I'm chiken is a slang sentence that means that you are a person that does not like to do dangerous things
Q: What is the difference between to chicken out and to back down ?
A: chicken out means you ran away or didnt do something out of fear. back out is the same thing, but not for any defined reason like fear.
Q: What is the difference between I would *prefer* to eat chicken and I would *like* to eat chicken ?
A: "prefer" usually (not always) implies that you have a choice.

"Like" is just your preference.

"I would prefer to eat chicken because I don't like beef. But I will eat beef if that is all you have."

You can say "I prefer chicken" by itself to mean "I like chicken", you are really saying "I prefer to eat chicken over anything else". If you say it this way it is much more formal and less common.
Q: What is the difference between chicken out and cop out and back out ?
A: A person will "cop out" because they are lazy or shy or afraid to do something. "cop out" means to avoid doing something they should do.

Translations of "Chicken"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am wondering "Don't be a chicken" still use this idiom? is it old fashion?
A: I don't want to go to the stage because I'm a chicken.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Or tries to make you eat chicken nuggets when you are drunk.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? those are the chickens
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i like chicken and i do not like food
A: i like chicken and i don't like food
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I eat chicken or I eat a chicken
A: I eat chicken (chicken is Uncountable Noun). I hope my answe can help you :)

Other questions about "Chicken"

Q: ​​I'd like some fried chicken wings, but the terrible toothache stopped me. Does this sound natural?
A: I would have liked some fried chicken wings...
Q: I'd like some fried chicken wings, but the terrible toothache stopped me. Does this sound natural?
A: You'd want to say something like, "I would like some fried chicken wings, but I can't, because I have a toothache."
Q: Which one do you use the most?
- chicken out
- poop out
- get cold feet
- lose one's bottle
- funk
A: chicken out or get cold feet
Q: What did he say?
chicken?
What is that mean?
A: she can't
Q: We recommend lean chicken breast as a good source of protein for people on diet. Does this sound natural?
A: We recommend lean chicken breast as a good source of protein for people that are dieting.

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