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

The meaning of "Context" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Beats" in this context: "A story is made out of a series of acts, sequences, scenes and beats" mean?
A: Stort beats, important parts of the story
Q: What does "fulfill" in this context mean?
A: It is as though referring to something that started in the past but is still going on in the present. The tense is know as past present.
Q: What does have to (in this context) mean?
A: The first "have to" is different. It is a polite way to make plans or obligations without saying directly "I will call you then" which seems more forceful. It lets the other person know you are thinking about calling them without stating strongly "I will call you." The second "it will have to" means it necessarily must be after she gets home from Japan.
Q: What does off (in this context) mean?
A: off on other thoughts - occupied with thinking about something else, distracted

"off" implies that your "octopus tentacles" have left and gone somewhere else. If someone is "off doing sth" they are absent. It is a colloquial expression.
Q: What does "I couldn’t do that again. "(in this context) mean?
A: In this context "I couldn’t do that again." means that person is saying that at 50 he or she doesn't want to go through again the process required to get a job and a house. It implies that it is seen as too difficult .

Example sentences using "Context"

Q: Please show me example sentences with context.
A: I can give you a better answer if you tell me some context of the phrase you showed me.

What's the context?

The context of a joke can either make the joke really funny or not funny at all.

Her comment doesn't make sense to me because I don't know the context she said it in.
Q: Please show me example sentences with context .
A: When reading the Bible, knowing the context is very important. We often use in the context of a word to figure out its meaning. You change the language you use based on the context in which you will be using it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with how can I apply "as such" in different contexts ?.
A: I got some of these examples online I couldn't think of many when I thought too hard about them :(

"She is the committee chair. As such, she is responsible for scheduling the meetings"

"It is possible to stay overnight here although there is no guest house as such"

"Zach hasn't seen his girlfriend all week, as such, he is cooking dinner for her on Saturday night"
*This last example is a colloquial use of the phrase and not technically grammatically correct, but this won't matter in normal conversation of course :)

There aren't really any common expressions or examples of uses of 'such as', as it's quite formal, so hopefully these examples are alright
Q: Please show me example sentences with context.
A: A:「よろしくお願いします」って英語ではなんですか?
A: How do you say, "yoroshiku onegaishimasu" in English?

B: それは文脈による。どうやって使いたい?
B: That depends on the context. How do you want to use it?

A: 新しい会社に入社した後同僚に初めて会う時
A: After joining a company, when meeting coworkers.

B: じゃあその文脈では「I'm looking forward to working with you.」を使う
B: Okay, in that context you should use, "I'm looking forward to working with you."

Q: Please show me example sentences with "get" in different contexts.
A: Get up: Levántate
Get money: conseguir dinero
Get down : Agacharte
Get mad: enojarse

Synonyms of "Context" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between since and as (context down below) ?
A: Correct, SINCE/AS are often interchangeable.
SINCE is MUCH more common.
AS sounds a bit formal.
SINCE also means like "desde" talking about time.

Otra frase:
Since you live in Mexico, maybe you can tell me about Gualajara.
As you live ... suena bien, pero menos común y más formal.
(En español creo que diría 'por vivir en México'... no sé)
Q: What is the difference between On context and In context ?
A: It's mostly IN context
The reason it's ON in the first sentance is because of the verb DEPENDS.

It depends on (something)
Q: What is the difference between context and lineage ?
A: Context is basically how it came to be.

Lineage is the history of something.

I suppose it can mean the same thing but it depends how you use the words.
Q: What is the difference between context and sentence ?
A: A context may include things that are not said.

For example, you are out on a date with your girlfriend. You may not have told anyone that, but because the waitress sees you are with someone she sits you at a table for two. Thus, your waitress made that decision based on the CONTEXT that you were with your girlfriend

A sentence is everything that is said or written.
Q: What is the difference between With the context, I can make out its meaning and With the context, I can figure out its meaning ?
A: They mean the same thing (:

Translations of "Context"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What do you mean by 'now that' in this context?
A: 앜ㅋㅋㅋ
영어로 'Now that~'이 붙으면 '이제~' 라고 볼수 있습니다.
Now that I'm reading the report는
이제 report를 읽어보니까~ 라고 볼수 있습니다.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? context : I am asking my friend if he is free tonight so that we can go somewhere.

How to ask that?

are you free tonight shall we go to that restaurant? or
are you free tonight ?can we go to the restaurant? in English (US)?
A: Are you free tonight? Do you want to go out to eat at a resturant?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? context
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? |||. "Utterly" does mean "completely" but in formal context ?
A: I wouldn't say "utterly" is formal, but it's not generally used in casual spoken conversation. That is, except to say something is "utterly ridiculous" on occasion. It's just one of many synonyms for "completely" in English, and not a very popular one. It's occasionally used in writing.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? context
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Context"

Q: What's the context? does this sound natural?
A: "What's the context?" is perfectly OK.

"What's the context like?" is also OK but less likely to be used I think. It sounds rather vague.
Q: Please correct my context:

"Most of the security threats related to bluethooth are caused by some shortages in their constructions and carelessness of users in observing security principles. Coping with these threats and informing the users about the safe way of using this technology has been started and will be continued. "
A: 'Most of the security threats relating to Bluetooth are caused by problems in construction, or by the carelessness of users in observing security guidelines. Coping with these threats and informing users about the safe way to use this technology is a process that has been started and will continue.'
Q: Please correct my context:

"Bluetooth is a wireless technology that can be used in distances upmost 10 meters ranges (?) This vastly used technology has an important role in our daily life. As any other vastly used technologies, Buethooth has its own advantages and disadvantages. It has some threatens form hazardous effects on our body systems such as blood circulation, and nervous system to more serious threats that might ruin (?)/ destroy (?) the human beings ."
A: Corrected version:

"Bluetooth is a wireless technology that has a transmission range of up to 100 meters [Note: Class 1 range is 100 m, Class 2 range is 10 m]. This widely used technology has an important role in our daily lives. As with any widespread technology, Bluetooth has its own advantages and disadvantages. Exposure to Bluetooth radiation has potential hazardous effects on one's health. It poses a threat to the body's central nervous system and potentially may affect blood circulation."

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Note: Bluetooth radiation is non-ionizing microwave radiation. Unlike ionizing radiation (e.g. x-rays) which causes direct cell / DNA damage, non-ionizing radiation does not have enough energy to cause direct cell / DNA damage.
Q: It depends on the context, the interpretation is little bit difference. does this sound natural?
A: "Depending on the context, the interpretation is a bit different."
Q: In what context, I couldn't say "no worries" when people say "thank you"to me?
A: No worries is very casual. If in formal situation, not as good.

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