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

The meaning of "Forest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You 'till this forest. mean?
A: It does not make sense
Q: What does 'forest fire' in Lorde's "Liability" mean?
A: A forest fire is a wildfire in a foresr
Q: What does 'forest fire' in Lorde's "Liability" mean?
A:

Unpredictable and dangerous
Q: What does forest preserve mean?
A: Forest preserve I have had to look up as it is not used in UK English. More American where they have to give everything a name?!
Basically a forest preserve is a nature reserve for trees!
Basically an area where they guarantee to carry out good forest preservation.
Q: What does A forest tick you off?? mean?
A: I have never heard anyone say that before. Are you sure they meant forest?

Example sentences using "Forest"

Q: Please show me example sentences with the forest is abounding in trees . what mean is this sentence ?.
A: Abounding - abundant, very plentiful, replete
It means that the forest is full of trees!
Q: Please show me example sentences with ...beautiful forest reserve.....
A: Today, I went to a beautiful forest reserve to rediscover nature.

Synonyms of "Forest" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between forest and woods ?
A: I use 'woods' to describe small groups of trees, like in an urban park or a backyard. I use forest to describe large collections of trees.
Q: What is the difference between forest and woods ?
A: woods is mostly a smaller area, forest is bigger and denser/more trees
Q: What is the difference between forest and wood ?
A: An English speaker can also say 'I went into the woods,' which also refers to a forest. If there is a 's,' it probably means forest. If there is no 's,' it means the material wood.

Forest/Woods = collection of trees with wildlife. Wood = the material of a tree, which one often burns for heat or makes furniture out of.
Q: What is the difference between forest and wood/woods ?
A: Oh THE woods.

Yeah, no difference IMO. Unless you want to get really technical
Q: What is the difference between forest and wood(s) ?
A: I was going say "same as the difference between 森 and 林". Um...

A forest is denser, I guess. Undergrowth and whatnot. Woods generally involve mostly just trees.

Translations of "Forest"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hi^^ "I was brought up to believe that if I get lost in a forest, I will end up where I started. Without knowing it, people ~" Can "I was brought up to believe" mean 'as a child I believed~'? Does 'Without knowing it' mean subconsciously? Thanks a lot.
A: You are right about “as a child I believed”

However, more accurately, it means your parents raised you in such a way that made you believe that way.

Example of brought up:
“My parents did not raise me. I was brought up by my grandparents.”


And I believe you are right about the second part meaning “subconsciously”. Might need the rest of that sentence for context... but yes, I believe you are right ;)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? forests, in the forests
A: a little hard to pronounce even for a native speaker 😂😂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I went in the forest long time yesterday
A: i went into the forest for a long time yesterday
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I go through the forest
A: “I go through the forest.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? forests

Other questions about "Forest"

Q: those who have been in this forest say that they feel anxiety or concern ,dizziness,nausea does this sound natural?
A: -Concerned
- Anxious
Q: I am very bad in orienteering. I can go to the forest and less than 5 steps i can get lost. does this sound natural?
A: "I have terrible sense of direction. I can go into the forest and get lost in less than five steps."
Q: He experienced that how the real forest was. does this sound natural?
A: "He experienced how the forest really was," is a bit more natural sounding. I hope this helped.
Q: As forests disappear from the earth, the climates are influenced seriously and many people starve.

What can I do this make this better?
A: As forests disappear from the earth the climate is negatively influenced and many people end up starving as a result.
Q: Winnie-the-Pooh lived in a forest all by himself under the name of Sanders.
What does "a forest all" mean?
I know "forest", but I don't understand "forest all".
A: Not "forest all".

"All by himself": Alone. You just add "all" to emphasize the fact that he's alone.

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