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

The meaning of "Exception" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does with the exception mean?
A: It means “except”.

Everyone with the exception of Jane is wearing red = Everyone except Jane is wearing read.
Q: What does more exception than rules mean?
A: As a saying, it means “Not often done”
Q: What does you are the only exception mean?
A: It means 'it is not applicable to you'

For example- "I usually hate it when people chew with their mouth open, but you are the only exception."

This means that the speaker in this scenario hates it when everyone chews their food with their mouth open, except for you. You are the exception.
Q: What does identified no exceptions mean?
A: in other words, if they "did not find any exceptions"
Q: What does that for once I am making an exception to my habitual reserve. mean?
A: wow.  ナイス!

Example sentences using "Exception"

Q: Please show me example sentences with except or exception
.
A: I love vegetables, except for carrots.
I love vegetables, without exception.
The only exception to the rule is Tyler.
Q: Please show me example sentences with exception.
A: "Because it is your birthday, I'll make an exception and let you skip school."
Q: Please show me example sentences with take exception to took exception to.
A: "take exception to", means to take offense to, to be offended by, or simply to disagree with something or someone.
"He took exception to the view that all men are disloyal."
"I take exception to the comments you made earlier."
Q: Please show me example sentences with take exception to....
A: -"There was too much love in his voice for Dominic to take exception to this remark.
-I take exception when anybody positions tanks on my front lawn
-the simple understanding of the scientist must take exception to Einstein's theory.
-I take exception to people who go out and make money based on fabrication.
-I go by my own observation, and I see there is nothing at which to take exception.
The problem is that "take exception to" isn't used in daily expressions anymore.
Q: Please show me example sentences with take exception to....
A: I take exception to your conduct in this matter.

Synonyms of "Exception" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between exception and exemption ?
A: Due to her broken leg Nancy received an exemption from gym class.

Neighbor is an exception to the ‘i’ before ‘e’ rule.
Q: What is the difference between to make an exception to the rule and to set an exception to the rule ?
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Q: What is the difference between exception and objection ?
A: Exception is to exclude something or someone from a rule or could be anything.

Objection means not agreeing on something or idea. Disagreeing.

Q: What is the difference between exception and exemption ?
A: Exception: something that doesn't follow the rule or trend
Exemption: to be allowed to be an exception

Everyone in my class is white, except me.
I broke my arm so they exempted me from soccer practice.


Q: What is the difference between She makes an exception. and She is an exception ?
A: "She makes an exception."
= she chooses not to follow a rule
Example: "I was missing one of the forms, but she made an exception (for me)."

"She is an exception."
= she breaks the rules merely by existing
Example: "Many blondes have blue eyes, but she's an exception."

Translations of "Exception"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exception
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exception
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 자신감을 가져 ( exception : Be confident )
A: Have more confidence.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exception
A: Are you asking how it is pronouced?

Other questions about "Exception"

Q: There's an exception you can fly your drones in that area. You can go to the Ministry of Defense or a local aviation agency to receive a permit. However, you still need to stick to rules such as not flying a drone above 150 meters from the ground and not taking it to places packed with people such as concert halls. Basically, you need to maintain the height of flight by flying a drone in your sight, and not to fly it after sunset. does this sound natural?
A: × There's an exception you can fly your drones in that area.
✓ There's an exception you can use so you can fly your drones in that area.

× However, you still need to stick to rules such as not flying a drone above 150 meters from the ground and not taking it to places packed with people such as concert halls.
✓ However, you still need to stick to rules such as not flying a drone more than 150 meters above the ground and not taking it to places packed with people such as concert halls.

× Basically, you need to maintain the height of flight by flying a drone in your sight, and not to fly it after sunset.
✓ You need to maintain the height of flight by flying a drone within your eyesight, and not flying it after sunset.

"above 150 meters from" is OK, but my version is more natural.

I don't think "basically" makes sense because the last part doesn't explain the previous part (I think?).

"sight" is OK there, but I prefer "eyesight". "within eyesight" is more like "within range of vision". Slightly clearer.
Q: She is no exception, she gets arrested while she is protesting to police officers who arrest a man for no reason. does this sound natural?
A: She is no exception, she gets arrested while she was protesting against police officers who arrested a man for no reason.
Q: What means "It's a rare exception that we don't"?
I found that in the press conference by President Trump.
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/press-conference-president-trump-2/

I said, “You have to do me a favor.  We don’t want these big deficits.  You’re going to have to buy more.”  They’re buying massive amounts of equipment and military equipment, and other countries are doing the same thing.  Because we have trade imbalances with almost everybody.  It’s a rare exception that we don’t.
A: It would mean "Because we have trade imbalances with almost everybody, and we almost always have trade imbalances (it's rare for us to not have trade imbalances)."
Q: some believe that any exception should be made once a rule is determined/decided.?? does this sound natural?
A:

That's fine!
Q: All of us, without exception, hope to be praised by others. And Everyone desire to be realized their worth. does this sound natural?
A: All of us, without exception, want to be praised by others. And everyone desires for their worth to be realized.

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