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

The meaning of "Device" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does this device pair with the other"? mean?
A: 'Pair' means a Bluetooth device is recognizing and giving permission to another Bluetooth device. The connection happens after the pairing (or permission).
I have only heard the term 'pair' used for Bluetooth devices. One doesn't use it for connecting to WiFi, 4g, or cable.
Q: What does The device is comprised four safety clamps. mean?
A: This is like “I’m gonna” and “I’m going to” in everyday spoken US English.
Correct English is “I’m going to”.
More common in everyday use is “I’m gonna”.

I hope this helps.
Q: What does some device are OUT OF ALIGNMENT mean?
A: "Out of alignment" means askew, crooked, out of whack, not lined up the way they should be.
Q: What does device mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does device integration mean?
A: @monica8: to implement and utilize the devices

Example sentences using "Device"

Q: Please show me example sentences with device.
A: Posting on social media about respecting each other's differences can be a device to promote equality
Q: Please show me example sentences with device, divide.
A: a device is a thing made for a particular purpose usually involving a piece of mechanical or electronic equipment.
Ex: My computer is an electrionic divice.

Divide is when you separate something
Ex: The country is divided.
10 divided by 2 equals 5

Synonyms of "Device" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between This device has come into use quite recently and This device has been used quite recently ?
A: This device has come into use quite recently
最近初めて使われているようになった

This device has been used quite recently
最近使われた
Q: What is the difference between device and tool ?
A: A device usually refers to a piece of technology or complicated machinery while a tool is more basic. For example, a smartphone is considered a 'device' while a hammer is considered a 'tool'.
Q: What is the difference between device and machine ?
A: device is something small, while a machine is bigger. machine also sounds very simple, as if it doesn't have a lot of technology
Q: What is the difference between device and equipment ?
A: "Device" is used to describe multiple things, and "equipment" is used to describe a group of things.

Examples:
"This device is for making waffles."
"A blender, a waffle maker, and a toaster are all kitchen equipment."
Q: What is the difference between device and devise ?
A: They are pronounced differently. Look them up on dictionary.com or something to hear the pronunciations.

A device is a tool or piece of technology. For example, sometimes cell phones are referred to as mobile devices.

"Devise" is a verb meaning to come up with something, like a plan or method.

Translations of "Device"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? stamping device in Public transportation
A: Ticket validator
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There's a device for cooking in every kitchen. Is it called kitchen stove, gas range or gas stove?
A: Both are ok in America.

For example, when you go to lowes.com to buy one
https://www.lowes.com/c/Appliances

or homedepot.com to buy one
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Appliances/N-5yc1vZbv1w?cm_sp=d-flyout-Appliances

they're called ranges..

I just call it a kitchen stove too though.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is this(the black device spraying water)called in English? Thank you.
A: I call this a "SPRINKLER"
I have an Australian accent.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? device in the picture
A: It seems like a "gas meter", or "water meter" perhaps.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the device that can charge mobile phones
A: charger

Other questions about "Device"

Q: on your device found an archive with passwords from payment systems does this sound natural?
A: "An archive with passwords from payment systems was found on your device"
Q: A device that would later be called
the fuel cell.

What does "would " mean ?
A: I would say "The device that would be later called a fuel cell" But it depends on the way you are saying it. The sentence you made is very good:)
Q: A device would later be called it the fuel cell. does this sound natural?
A: A device that would be later called the fuel cell.
Q: A device that would later does this sound natural?
A: The verb is missing. :c With one, it'd be correct;
A device that would break later.
A device that would later be useful.
A device that would confuse you later on.
Q: What do you call this? A device to measure your height.
I'd like to call it "a height meter", as I'm not familiar with the term "stadiometer".
What do you think?
A: The name for this is a "stadiometer" but you can call it a "height ruler" for people to better understand you

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