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

The meaning of "Core" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does shaken to the core mean?
A: it means to be very shocked or surprised to the point it almost makes you fearful
Q: What does A hard core of kids who are disenfranchised and don't feel connected to the school. mean?
A: The "core" invokes the tough-to-crack nut at the center of a fruit (such as a walnut). Their disenfranchisement and feeling of disconnection from the school is especially hard to repair. The "core" metaphor also suggests that they hold the key to a deeper problem at the school.
Q: What does core offering mean?
A: a core is a heart or main or base of a thing
offering is to give

core offering would be used in companies or universities
to highlight the main stuff they offer as a service or such
Q: What does at one's core mean?
A: To the extreme or bottom of something.

Q: What does You hurt to the core mean?
A: Hurt to the core means "deeply hurt", the kind where you feel like you can't go on.

Example sentences using "Core"

Q: Please show me example sentences with core.
A: It order to disarm the nuclear bomb, you need to remove its core.

She ate the whole apple, even the core!

The Earth's core lies many miles below the surface.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "profound core".
A: For example: Her optimism has a profound core and just nothing can make her feel defeated.
Her optimism comes from deep within her and nothing can make her feel like everything is hopeless.
Q: Please show me example sentences with core.
A: Hardworking is the core to becoming success .
Q: Please show me example sentences with core .
A: The sense of peace and calm at his core returned as her energy flowed through him.

She did not feel ice at her core or the coldness in her veins.

The earth has an enormous molten core that contains vast amounts of energy.

Should these tests prove satisfactory the core is served with jute yarn, coiled in water-tight tanks, and surrounded with salt water.

Synonyms of "Core" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between core and pit ?
A: core = the center part of a fruit like an apple or a pear, where the small seeds are located
pit = the large hard stone in the center of fruits like peaches or cherries or avocados
Q: What is the difference between from the core of my being and from the core of me ?
A: 'From the core of my being' is a more common and often romantic way to describe how important something is to you.

From the core of me sounds like a more unnatural but also more literal way of describing something.

Translations of "Core"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There is a core or seed in a cherry?

Thank you very much.
A: There is a pit in the cherry.

The cherries have pits. 🍒
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? shook me to the core
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why it your core belief about education?
A: education gives power.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? does "core training" or "crossfit training" are popular than training using barbel?
and when they began to be popular?
A: you’re welcome lol 😊 I think your grammar is just fine but could use a little more practice

Other questions about "Core"

Q: I have been trying doing core training with planck since last week.
It is very easy but effective!!
If you want to improve your inner muscle, why don't you try together? Does this sound natural?
A: I have been trying doing core training with planking since last week.
It is very easy but effective!!
If you want to improve your inner muscle, why don't you try it?

Or you could say, “If you want to improve your inner muscle, why don't you try it with me?
Or “If you want you could try it with me?” You could say it like this last one because you already said that planking helps your inner muscles. So by asking if you would you would like to plank together your also implying the party about working your inner muscles.
Q: Please tell me the core image of "offend".

I feel it has several meanings.



His words offended her.

I hope you won't be offended.

offend against the law

He often offends against our agreement
A: Offendという主なイメージは何かをすると人を嫌がるか怒る感情にすることです。
Q: Please tell me the core image of "dwell".
I feel it has several meanings.

I dwell at the foot of a mountain

Memory of him still dwelt in her mind.

This book dwells on the ecology of the earth.

Dwell on the good things and you may find that you’ve regained a proper perspective on your life.
A: I feel the main uses are the following:
1. "to dwell" can mean "to remain" (as in your second sentence).
2. "to dwell" can also mean "to live" or "to reside"
3. "to dwell on" can mean "to keep thinking about" or "to obsess over," especially of something negative that one has no control over.

I hear "dwell on" most commonly in phrases like "don't dwell on it too much" or "there's no point in dwelling on it", which basically mean "it's better to just move on and forget about it".

Note that the word "dwelling" (meaning "house or place of residence") is actually more common than the word "dwell" itself. You also sometimes see the word "dweller" (as in "mountain dwellers" or "city dwellers").
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "core, "corpse"” and “corps” side by side and then use all of them in the same sentence.
A: 'core' and 'corps' are pronounced the same.
The core members of the corps looked at the corpse.
Q: The core problem that causing the poverty is not because they lack of money, but the failure of system.
Does this sound natural?
A: "The core problem causing poverty is not the lack of money, but the failure of the system." would sound more natural

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