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

The meaning of "Death" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What would be your death row meal? mean?
A: This is asking what someone would choose their last meal/food to be before execution by law.
Q: What does death mean?
A: The Deadline of life, Darkness, Doom, ... Overwhelming "d"s are expected here.
Q: What does death sticks mean?
A: It could also be a reference to cigarettes, because they are kind of "stick"-shaped and can cause cancer, which leads to "death." But my first thought was Star Wars, too.
Q: What does be crushed to death mean?
A: "crush" here refers to human crush, a large crowd of people (football fans) press closely together, those at the back keep pushing forward and cause those at the front fall on top of each other and get "crushed". 踩踏
Q: What does "He has not lived who lives not after death." mean?
A: I guess it could mean a belief in the afterlife.

I read it as living on in the memories as others -- if a person is not remembered after death, they have not (figuratively) lived.

Example sentences using "Death"

Q: Please show me example sentences with death toll.
A: The death toll from the flooding exceeded 20 yesterday when four more people were found to have drowned.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Death. What is the difference between death and dead.
A: death - People are afraid of death.
dead - The dog is dead.
dead - My phone battery is dead
Q: Please show me example sentences with I’m bored to death. .
A: I’m bored to death trying to memorize all of these words.
I’m bored to death by my friend that keeps repeating the same story over and over again.
I’m bored to death by the way the teacher reads because she is so slow!
Hope these examples helped :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with like grim death.
A: @jokifreek yes, it’s a hard to explain.
Its because:
When a person is dead, the body is stiff and hard, if a man was holding something when he died, he would hold it very tightly when dead.

For this reason we have another expression: death grip.
‘He had a death grip on the book’

I hope this is clear. 😅
Q: Please show me example sentences with "die, died, dead, death".
A: @niranana98 Died is the past-tense word for the verb 'to die'. Dead is the state of having died already.

Synonyms of "Death" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to the death and until I die ?
A: First one is incorrect, second one is correct
Q: What is the difference between death and dead ?
A: @alucard_says. Death is a noun = Her death was a shock to everyone. Dead is an adjective. He's dead. = when you are not specifying when, or when a person you can see, has died near you.
Q: What is the difference between Driving-related deaths involving alcohol are common. and Driving-related deaths involved with alcohol are common. ?
A: They're interchangeable. "Involving" seems that it's more influential where "involved with" just seems it was a part. If you have a plan involving alcohol then alcohol is a necessity for the plan. If you have a plan involved with alcohol- alcohol could possibly be substituted with something else. Or involving- fully responsible and involved with- having partial contribution.
Q: What is the difference between (I have thought of death) and (l have thought about death) ?
A: This two sentences are the same meaning. The difference is the use of「think of 」and 「think about」
Think of can only follow nouns but Think about can follow nouns or sentence.
For example:
1. I am thinking of a way to spend my time.
2. I am thinking about if there is a way to spend my time.
They're aslo the same meaning
: )
Q: What is the difference between death and dead and dying ?
A: "Death" is a concept noun...the ending of life ("Death comes to us all").
"To die" is a verb that means for a life to end ("I don't want to die!")
"Dead" is the present tense of "to die" ("He's dead!").
"Dying" is the present continuous tense of "to die" ("He's dying right now!").

Translations of "Death"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? abolish the death penalty.
repeal the death penalty.
which sounds natural and why?
A: Abolish is a little more natural because 'repeal' tends to refer to a specific law. The death penalty is allowed by many different state laws and court cases (at least in the US).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to and where can find ‘Jesus compared his death on the cross to a seed that falls to the the ground and dies. A seed has a potential to bear fruit because it contains life’ in KJV Holy Bible? Thanks a lot.
A: John 12:24 https://biblehub.com/john/12-24.htm
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The death of canary can describe as a heap of feathers feet up, on the bottom of a cage.
A: The death of a canary can be described as a heap of feathers, feet up, on the bottom of a cage.

A few grammar mistakes :) it sounds natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This is correct?

Sometimes the death tought comes to my mind.
A: okay , first thing first, please don't die . see someone for help .
and yes, you can use morbid here as morbid is a collective term for anything relating to death .
(Sending good vibes your way )
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? deaf , death
A: They're totally different but they can sound the same. Put your tongue between your teeth while spelling 'th'.

Other questions about "Death"

Q: "i want to choke him to death"
in this sentence, What does 'to death' exactly mean???
A: "Until he is dead". The speaker wants to kill "him"
Q: It's said that the high death rate is caused by rising the obesity rate of working generations owing to the westernized diet and auto mobile society and increasing life style disease with that.
Does this sound natural?
A: it's said that the high death rate is caused by rise in obesity of working generation due to westernized diet, automobile society and increase in lifestyle diseases.
Q: I'm tired to death Does this sound natural?
A: I'm dead tired.
Q: Death penalty is the heaviest punishment in Japan. Whenever brutal crimes happen, the media fussed about whether the suspect should be executed death penalty or not.
However, the world's opinion tend to object death penalty. These days, a lot of countries have abolished it. Japan and USA are the only country which keep it in advanced countries. They say it is brutal that government kills the people of the country.
However, I agree to death penalty. This is because it is necessary for Japanese people.
We have been considering life so important.
It is natural for the suspects to make up for the life he killed, right?
So, I think Japanese government should keep death penalty. Does this sound natural?
A: "The death penalty is the heaviest punishment in Japan. Whenever a brutal crime happens, the media makes a big fuss about whether or not the suspect should be executed or not. However, the world tends to object to capital punishment. These days, a lot of countries have abolished it. Japan and the US are the only advanced countries in the world that maintain it. They say that for a government to kill its own citizens is brutish.
However, I support the death penalty. I think it's part of Japanese culture. We so highly regard life, should the suspect not have to make up for the life he has taken? Therefore, I think the Japanese government should keep capital punishment."
Q: So it's the death threat that has you...
It's the death threat that has me r_____?

I can't hear the blank word... Can you help me?
A: He says, "It's the death threat that has me rattled, Ben."
To be rattled is to be frightened, scared, etc.

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