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

The meaning of "Earphone" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does earphones mean?
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Example sentences using "Earphone"

Q: Please show me example sentences with earphone.
A: Using earphones is the only courteous way to listen to audio in public without disturbing others.

Synonyms of "Earphone" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between earphones and earbuds ?
A: Both earbuds and earphones go in your ears! They can also be called "in ear headphones". Headphones are the ones that cover your ears 😊
Q: What is the difference between earphone and headphone ?
A: earphones are little audio phones that go into your ear only. but headphones go on your head and are much larger
Q: What is the difference between earphones and headphones ?
A: “Earphones” only go in your ears. “Headphones” go over your head and cover your ears. But, some people use both words for both kinds
Q: What is the difference between earphone and earbud and headphone ?
A: Earbuds are the ones that go inside your ear like airpods from apple and Headphones are the ones that go over your ear and over your head and you can use earphone for either earbud or headphones
Q: What is the difference between an earphone and earphones and a pair of earphones ?
A: 1. Earphone is one earphone of a pair of earphones.
2. Earphones and a pair of earphones are the same thing.
Bonus: Earphones go IN your ears but headphones go on your ears.

Translations of "Earphone"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? earphones
A: earphones
earbuds
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "earphone"
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? earphone
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? earphone kaan mai lagao
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Other questions about "Earphone"

Q: <at the shop>Does this earphone bud apply(fit) to this one? Does this sound natural?
A:

I think I understand now, I’ll edit my sentences.

“Do these earbuds fit these?”

“Do these earbuds go with these?”

“Will I be able to use these earbuds with these?”

I am saying “these” because “earphones”/“headphones” is always plural, just like “scissors”
(“This” would not sound bad, I just think it is more correct to say “these”)
Q: I bought a earphone befor one month ago and it's already loss. Does this sound natural?
A: I brought new earphones a month ago and they’re already lost.
Q: I hate it when earphone cords get tangled up. Does this sound natural?
A: Almost perfect, but it would be more common to say "I hate it" instead of just "I hate".
Q: I hate it when my earphones slip out my ears.

or

I hate it in when my earphones fall off my ears.

or

I hate it when my earphones fall down my ears. Does this sound natural?
A: The first one makes the most sense, but you would use "of" between "out" and "my"

I hate it when my earphones slip out of my ears
Q: These earphones don't hear well. Does this sound natural?
A: These headphones don't sound good.

Using 'good' instead of 'well' makes it sound more natural.

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