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

The meaning of "Doll" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a doll displayed at the Doll’s festival mean?
A: I don’t speak Japanese but it means that there is a doll (like a plush or toy) that is on show at a festival for dolls

OR it means: that there is a doll (人形のぬいぐるみ) that is on show at a girl’s festival

Festival= Matsuri 祭 (?)
Doll= ningyo no nuigurumi 人形のぬいぐるみ (?)
Doll can mean girl in America too

- I used google!
Q: What does he is such a doll. mean?
A: 'He is nice'. Or 'He is a sweetheart'. 「彼は優しい人」という意味です。
Q: What does You are a doll mean?
A: You are a doll means you are acting very kind.
Q: What does You're a doll mean?
A: It means you're "like a doll".
It's a metaphorical expression. (meaning using inanimate things to talk about animate/real things)
If someone tells this to you, it would probably mean:
"You're cute"

But remember, this is like telling someone who cosplays they look cute.
You'll probably need more social cues to understand why exactly someone said this.
Q: What does where on the doll mean?
A: In a court case for child molestation or child rape, the prosecuting lawyer would present a doll to the molested child and ask "where on the doll did the man try to touch you?"

I don't think this actually happens in real life, though... I think it could be a film reference or something.

Example sentences using "Doll"

Q: Please show me example sentences with doll up.
A: See example sentences @

http://sentencedict.com/dolled%20up.html

https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/doll-up
Q: Please show me example sentences with doll up.
A: The first time I met her, she wasn't wearing makeup at all. The second time, she was all dolled up, and it didn't suit her at all.
Q: Please show me example sentences with would you be a doll?.
A: We don't really use this often but here's an example:
- "Could you be a doll and get that book for me?"
I think it's much better to say "would you be so kind as to...". For example:
- "Would you be so kind as to help me with my homework?"
You could also say "I would be grateful if you could...". For example:
- "I would be grateful if you could bring that book."

Synonyms of "Doll" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "I want you to get me as many dolls as possible" and "I want you to get me as many dolls as you can" and "I want you to get me dolls as much as you can" and "I want you to get me dolls as many as you can" ?
A: Thanks for your help :) I'm always confused with this usage of as many as and as much as^^ You make me clear my confusion :D I want to say thank you as much as I can^^
Q: What is the difference between The dolls were sent to Japan by ship from San Francisco. and The dolls were shipped from San Francisco to Japan. ?
A: They mean the same thing but “The dolls were shipped from San Franciso to Japan.” sounds more natural
Q: What is the difference between How many dolls have you made today ? and How many dolls did you make today ? ?
A: They are very similar.
"How many dolls have you made today?" means "How many dolls have you made so far today?" (and you might make some more)
"How many dolls did you make today?" means "Now that today is finished, how many dolls did you make?" (You can't make anymore, because the day is finished)

Translations of "Doll"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hi^^ "It was a large doll with a picture of a child on it, lying on the ground" In this sentence, is 'it' as in 'a child on it' really necessary? We all know a large doll is already mentioned, so I think 'it' shouldn't be there. Can you help me with it?
A: In English, a lot of what is usually implied in Korean is almost always described and said out loud. English sentences tend to have a lot more “filler words” in comparison.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can we call it doll?
A: You can call it a "doll" and that would be correct, but most native speakers most likely wouldn't call it a "doll." The term "doll" usually refers to (as you said) a toy shaped like a person. The best term for this would be "plushie" which means a soft toy.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dolls
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dull and doll
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? doll
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Other questions about "Doll"

Q: You are pretty! You look like a doll. does this sound natural?
A: The second sentence is very common in some southern U.S. towns/cities
Q: We have the doll festival. So I'd like to say....
The doll festival is for girls (including ladies). does this sound natural?
A: If you say it's for girls you're implying that only girls can come. if thats what you're trying to say then its natural
Q: Not enough tall to reach the doll, Jane asked her mother to get it for her.
Why is "enough tall" wrong?
A: 1. Enough + noun e.g. "There is not enough food for everybody, go and buy some more."

2. Adjective + enough e.g. "He is not tall enough to play basketball."

Remember! Adjective before, noun after.
Q: The doll of this store is more cute than that of other store. does this sound natural?
A: "The doll from this store is cuter than that of the other store." is more natural.
Q: She's such a doll. She even mind not killing an ant when she is walking. does this sound natural?
A: She's such a doll. She even cares about not killing an ant when she is walking.

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