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

The meaning of "Cringe" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cringe - cringed mean?
A: It's something that you do when you feel uncomfortable.
Q: What does made you cringe mean?
A: Cringe is a feeling of disgust mostly caused by a person or something someone says. In context, it'd be something like, "That word makes me cringe." Basically, it makes you feel dissatisfaction.

That being said, if you make someone cringe, you made them feel disgusted or unsatisfied.
Q: What does What does "cringe" mean? Like i mean in slang. mean?
A: It's like...something that's really lame it can be used for a lot of instances. Like if someone says a really bad joke; can say it's cringey.
Q: What does cringe mean?
A: A facial expression one makes when presented with something embarrassing or disgusting.
Q: What does cringe(i know the meaning of it but not accurately😅 when i can use this, and how can i apply it in the sentence? pls give me some examples) mean?
A: "Cringe" is usually something you do whenever you feel uncomfortable.

If you are in an awkward or uncomfortable situation and feel embarrassed you would say,"oh my gosh, I'm cringing."

Let's say you go out to karaoke with your friend and whenever they go up to sing they sound terrible and you're embarrassed for them! You would say, "he sounds so bad. I'm cringing so hard right now."

It's very common in slang terms and some people might simply just say "cringe" on the Internet for something they don't like. It can be shown as a sign of disgust or disinterest.

Let's say a girl goes on a date with a guy and she was grossed out by him but he flirted with her all night... She might tell her friends," I didn't like him at all. I was cringing all night."

Example sentences using "Cringe"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cringe .
A: I cringed when I heard a loud, high-pitched noise.

He walks over, his friend following while cringing in embarrassment.

I cringe away from the sight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cringe.
A: 1. Future tense, "If my mother saw what I was doing, she would be cringing."
2. Present tense, "I could not help but cringe when I saw my friend do that trick."
3. Past tense "She cringed when I told that joke."
Q: Please show me example sentences with cringe.
A: I cringe every time I hear indie rock.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cringe.
A: Something that makes you feel uncomfortable in the way that you want to stop looking at it or get away from it, or make it stop is something that makes you cringe.
So examples are;
"I just watched a video of a man dancing and singing in a Pokemon suit! So cringe!" (Technically that's not correct grammar, but people still just use it like that)
"Every time I hear someone use a lame pick-up-line, I cringe."
"Just saw a creepy 50-year-man trying to be cute, blushing and using baby-talk. 😩 Cringe!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with That's cringe.
A: I've never heard "that's cringe" before. However I've heard people say that something is cringe worthy (something worthy of a cringe). I can imagine that people say something is cringe in the same respect.

"Ugh I can't stand it when people chew with there mouth open, it's cringe (worthy)!"

Usually things repulsive things make you cringe or something that inflicts a lot of pain.

"I could never be a doctor, the sight of blood makes me cringe."

Hope that helps a little

Synonyms of "Cringe" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cringe and shiver ?
A: Cringe - you feel embarrassed or disgusted by something so you show these feelings with your face or body

shiver - your body shakes because of strong emotion (not embarrassment or disgust) or you feel cold

I cringe when my mother tries to sing in public.

The ghost story was so scary, I started shivering.
Q: What is the difference between cringe and embarassing ?
A: "Cringe" is a verb; "embarrassing" is an adjective. Someone who feels embarrassed might cringe, but people can cringe for other reasons, too.
Q: What is the difference between cringe and awkward ?
A: cringe: likened to making you physically recoil
awkward: uncomfortable
Q: What is the difference between cringe and cingey ?
A: Cringe can be a verb. Cringey is an adjective.

"I cringed at him"
"That video was cringey"

Translations of "Cringe"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what really mean cringe, cringy ? is that positive or negative ?
A: it means you bend your Body in fear. That’s not a good thing at all
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what mean : cringe ?
A: It means something that makes you very uncomfortable. It is awkward
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what does cringe mean?
A: To shrink in fear.
Something is so awkward/embarrassing you can't watch it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can you use cringe for people who compliments to somebody but actually doesnt think like this,just say good things because have a stake in
A: Directed at the person, "You are such a suck up!"

Directed to other friends discussing the person sucking up to you, "He/She is such a suck up! They are always giving me compliments to get something from me."

Other questions about "Cringe"

Q: You're aware that what you're telling me sometimes make me embarrassed or even cringe, aren't you? does this sound natural?
A: You know that the things you say are making me embarrassed, and sometimes cringe, right? (In informal settings, we can say "Cringey", meaning something worthy of cringing at. example - The things you say are really cringey, they embarrass me.")
Q: What’s cringe and do you look when cringing?
A: You ‘cringe’ when you see something that makes you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. It is not a big emotion, but enough to make you squirm
Most people look like this when cringing:
Q: He always cringe to his boss. does this sound natural?
A: His boss always made him cringe.
Q: A: Don't make me cringe! I don't like that being cute.
B: Don't make me cringe! I don't like that cute. does this sound natural?
A: .. This is how I understood how you delivered those sentences;

"Don't make me cringe. I don't like to act cute."
"Don't make me cringe. I don't like seeing you act cute."
Q: Could you please define "edgy" and "cringe" and say when they are used
A: Edgy is often used sarcastically today. It means dark and rebellious. Sarcastically it means someone is trying too hard to be dark/rebellious. 💀😎

Cringe is used when you are embarrassed. You cringe when you curl up from physical discomfort. 😣😰

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