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

The meaning of "Den" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does what exactly means ; den mean?
A: Den is basically the same as a nest.

A den of wolves.

Although an informal living space/room may be called a den: they’re watching football in the den
Q: What does den mean?
A: den is basically a cave or a digged hole , usually it is the home of a lion ...or often denoted as a place of danger
Q: What does Den (I den done more that u never think) mean?
A: A den is a little private room or area.
Or 'den' could be used as slang for 'then' but it's more to do with speech than writing.
So I think your sentence is meant to look like this:
I then did more than you could ever think of.
Q: What does den mean?
A: a den = eine Höhle

Example sentences using "Den"

Q: Please show me example sentences with den.
A: We have a den in our house where we relax and watch television; it is not as formal as the living room.

The lions are hiding in the their den.

Q: Please show me example sentences with den.
A: It’s in the den
The den’s light is on
I am in the den

Synonyms of "Den" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between den and nest ?
A: In general, a den is where a mammal (bear, fox, raccoon) lives and raises its young. It is a hole in the ground accessed by a short tunnel.
A nest is where a bird lives and raises its young. A nest is normally in a tree. Some mammals, like squirrels, also make a nest in a tree.
So, with a few exceptions, den means mammal and underground. Nest means bird and tree.
"The bear spent the whole winter hibernating in its den."
"I have a nest of bluebirds n the the tree outside of my bedroom window."
Sometimes, these words are used to describe where people (especially evil people) live or congregate. In this case, the words can be used interchangeably.
"That neighborhood is nothing but a den of thieves. You should avoid it"
"That neighborhood is nothing but a nest of thieves. You should avoid it"
Q: What is the difference between The den and The living room ?
A: I’m not sure what “the den” means, so I don’t think it is used often in the US
Q: What is the difference between den and study ?
A: Den is like someone's personal place where they hang out/relax.

A study is something made for studying or anything related to that, like academics.
Q: What is the difference between den and lair ?
A: Den is more cosy and usually used for places you or someone you know had made. usually nicely furnished, although in US english it can refer to comfortable areas such as living rooms or conservatories. Lair has more of a negative connotation, i.e. the monster's lair. its not a place that one would want to be, compared to a den where one would like to be.
Q: What is the difference between den and nest ?
A: A nest is made of leaves, twigs and fibres. It may be up a tree but not always.

A den is usually underground, like the home of a badger or a fox.

Translations of "Den"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In den wenigsten Fällen finden das alle Beteiligten lustig.
A: In very few cases, everyone involved/ everyone participating finds it funny
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? den Horizont erweitern
A: broaden the horizon
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? låt den vara!
låt den vara
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In den sauren Apfel beißen
A: To bite the bullet
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? über den ganzen Tag verteilt
A: friedbaeby is right, but I think "entire" sounds a bit better than "whole". Though it sounds best with no adjective at all. "distributed throughout the day"

Other questions about "Den"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Thank you (den - qiu?) .
Q: We’re going into a bear’s den. This is probably the last you see of us. Does this sound natural?
A: thank you!
Q: A: Has the den been there long? / Is that den new? / Is that a new den?/ Is that a recent den?

B: The fox dug it just the other day, why?

A: Just a thought. It would be irrational to build a coop on top of a den. Does this sound natural?
A: Natural, but "is that a recent den" sounds weird to me.
Q: I suppose the den is my favorite room, where I can read and have a think about my work and future plans, and watch a movie once in a while.
A: Sounds good to me. Watch your spacing after a comma. Only one space is used, at least after commas.

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