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

The meaning of "Curse" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cursed mean?
A: Not sure what “in deserts stream is” 😢 But “cursed images” are like.. out-of-context images that are not photoshopped, and usually taken on an old phone. Usually they are funny and have a good vibe to them.
Q: What does She'll curse you like a sailor She'll wound you with her eyes She always makes it better But she won't apologize mean?
A: She will mistreat you, and will treat you kindly later. However, she will not apologize for her bad behavior.
Q: What does It's so funny when you curse mean?
A: It means that when you curse, the person that you are talking to finds it funny because of the way you say it.
Q: What does curse mean?
A: To Curse is a verb that means to say bad words like ( sh*t , son of a b*** , F*** you , bi*** ) to someone or something that probably made you angry . And these are curse words , something like cyka blyat pidor or something like that ;) 👌🏻🙏🏻👍🏻
Q: What does curse mean?
A: there are two meaning of curse. a solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something and the other one is an offensive word or phrase used to express anger or annoyance.

Example sentences using "Curse"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to curse, to swear .
A: How many times have I told you not to curse?

She looks innocent, but she swears like a sailor.
Q: Please show me example sentences with curse.
A: Curse can mean to cast a spell, usually a bad one: “She put a curse on her ex-girlfriend.”

Curse can also mean to swear: “Please do not curse in my house.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with cursed .
A: After injuring my toe, I cursed.
He cursed at the dog that bit him.
The magical treasure was cursed; after we found it, we were very unlucky.
Q: Please show me example sentences with curse.
A: Please don't curse in front of the children.

I curse the day that I met him. He is nothing but trouble!

She says she is a witch and she will put a curse on him.

Curses! I wrote down the wrong date! (Kind of an old-fashioned usage.)

Synonyms of "Curse" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between curse and swear ?
A: They mean the same thing in relation to expletives.

To curse could also mean to cast a bad spell on someone or wish them ill-will, and to swear could also mean to vow or promise.
Q: What is the difference between curse word and swear word ?
A: there is not a difference. they mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between I hate it when you curse. and I hate when you curse. ?
A: There is no difference. The word "it" in this sentence is an empty word. It is added because (to some people) it sounds better, but it serves no grammatical purpose. So with or without the word "it" the sentence means exactly the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between to put a curse on and to put a spell on and jinx ?
A: Curse is always bad, spell can be bad or neutral, and jinx is less specific than a curse, just bad luck in general.
Q: What is the difference between curse and cuss ?
A: They both mean to say a bad word. Some parts of the U.S. use curse while other parts use cuss.

Curse can also mean to wish someone bad luck (like a spell). I've never heard cuss used in that way though.

Translations of "Curse"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does it mean "curse me kilts"? this is a quote of Scrooge McDuck in cartoon TV show
A: Saying “curse me kilts” is a very Irish thing to say. If you’re “cursing” anything it means it did something bad to you. Scrooge McDuck could’ve simply been mad or frustrated. It’s more of a comedic/slang term.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I curse like a sailor
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I think this is a curse of my ancestors.
A: This is a generation curse.

Other questions about "Curse"

Q: They started to curse as soon as they met. I'm sure that they look so close. does this sound natural?
A: × I'm sure that they look so close.
✓ I’m sure they were close.

Q: is this correct?(i have never wanted to curse like this time)
A: get rid of the word time, and all will be fine
Q: I don't want to curse your team, but it will lose tomorrow.

or

I don't want to jinx your team, but it will lose tomorrow.
does this sound natural?
A: curse doesn't sound really natural, specially in this kind of informal situation. Jinx works just fine
Q: Why did you curse her?

or

Why did you curse her out? does this sound natural?
A: They are both completely valid, however mean totally different things. The word curse, used transitively, is something done by witches and wizards: "I stole the witch's potions so she cursed me with a spell."

The second one means to curse at someone. Intransitively, curse means to say a bad word, which is what is gapping in the second one. "I stepped on the gangster's shoe, so he cursed me out."
Q: I curse him from my bitter heart for every penny he took from me for nothing.这句话怎么翻译?
A: 大概是“我内心充满怨恨地咒骂他,因为他从我身上拿走的每一分钱都被他挥霍殆尽。”

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