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

The meaning of "Firework" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">firework</span> mean?
A: No, it's literally 花火. Today is the 4th of July, and it's celebrated with <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>.
Q: What does ‎Everyone will turn out to see fireworks. mean?
A: to turn out - to show up, to go. So it means: "Everyone will go to see the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>."

"Everyone will show up to see the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>" has a similar meaning in this context.
Q: What does to blow up <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> mean?
A: This is normally written "set off <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>", and Googling suggests that "blow up <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>" is just an uncommon way to write "set off <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>". To my ears, "blow up" makes it sound like they're being exploded improperly on the ground instead of launched, so I would avoid it.
Q: What does ​​The <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> contest featured "entries" from 20 countries. What does "entries" mean in this ... mean?
A: So in the contest there were participants from 20 countries. Entries refers to contestants that have entered the contest. So an alternative way to phrase the sentence would be ' The <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> contest featured contestants/participants from 20 countries.'
Q: What does The <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> contest featured "entries" from 20 countries. What does "entries" mean in this sentence? mean?
A: @ts01676492: Entries means the same thing as the word "submissions."

Example sentences using "Firework"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> .
A: Use of <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> in the literal sense of the word:
There are so many different types of <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> and most of them are very dangerous. There are <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> that have to be thrown on the ground to make the explode, and others that have be thrown after being lit; and still others that rocket into the sky and explode to create awesome lights in different colors.

Use of <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> in a figurative sense:
She was the most amazing women I had ever seen--smart, charming and beautiful--and when she kissed me it was like <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>.

In this sense <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> describes how exciting and intense his feeling were towards some women.

Synonyms of "Firework" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> and pyrotechnics ?
A:

Pyrotechnics is any type of controlled explosion or fire-based display - smoke cannons, flash explosions etc, as well as <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
Q: What is the difference between to go see <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> and to go look <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> ?
A: @Tomo97
To go and see <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
To go and look at <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
This 2 sentences have the same meaning.

To go and look for <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
means to go and find <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between What is the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> hour tonight? and What are the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> hours tonight? ?
A: Both aren't really correct...
"What time are the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> tonight?"
You should use "are" because <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> are plural
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> and <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> display ?
A: A <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> display is a <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> show, an event with <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>.

Although people will say "did you see the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>?" too.

Translations of "Firework"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am so touched,when I saw the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> everytime? is it correct? 每一次看煙火都覺得很感動
A: I am moved whenever I see <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> / I get emotional every time I see <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 水面に映る花火も見たかった(I also wanted to see <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> reflected on the surface of the water)
A:
The grammar is 100% correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">firework</span>
A: Firework
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">firework</span>
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Other questions about "Firework"

Q: We were going to <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> festival at Nagaoka yesterday. does this sound natural?
A: "We went to the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> festival in Nagaoka yesterday."
Q: Which is correct.
It's exciting to watch <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>

It's exciting to watch A <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>
A: It is exciting to watch <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> :)
Q: About <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> in Japan : I would like you to change this to more natural English please.
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You can bring or buy alcohol beverages in the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> festival area, but please make sure not to drink too much.

Some bathrooms are available there, but they are always really long waiting lines, especially for women during the festival. does this sound natural?
A: You can bring or buy alcoholic beverages in the <span class="dictionary_keyword">firework</span> festival area, but please make sure not to drink too much.

Some bathrooms are available at the <span class="dictionary_keyword">firework</span> festival, but they have really long waiting lines especially for women during the festival.
Q: I did <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> with my mom during summer vacation. does this sound natural?
A: @sallykyoko: The more correct expression is "set off" 😊

がんばってください😉
Q: do the <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span> does this sound natural?
A: Not <span class="dictionary_keyword">fireworks</span>. Well, I guess they kinda are, but they're called "sparklers". You "light" sparklers. We do have them. Some people use them for weddings and such.

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