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

The meaning of "Fountain" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fountain mean?
A: Thank you very much
Q: What does fountain pens mean?
A: an old-time pen really only used today in fancy writing styles
Q: What does Be a fountain, not a drain ? mean?
A: Be a giver. Don't just take and take and take. Don't be selfish.
Q: What does hopeless fountain kingdom mean?
A: It's an album title from the singer Halsey in America. Her new album was released on June 2nd. I hope that helps !!

Example sentences using "Fountain"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fountain of youth.
A: The Fountain of Youth is a spring that supposedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks or bathes in its waters.
The legend says that Ponce de León was told by Native Americans that the Fountain of Youth was in Bimini and it could restore youth to anyone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a fountain was [playing].
A: @mowmowmomo

I’d be happy to help you but I don’t quite understand. We normally don’t use the word ‘play’ with fountain.

Synonyms of "Fountain" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fountain and spring water ?
A: A fountain is a decoration built by humans, a spring is a place where water naturally comes up through the ground.
Q: What is the difference between fountain and water fountain ?
A: Essentially very little but it really depends on the context. A water fountain is a fountain but not all fountains are water fountains. There are chocolate fountains, and I'm sure different types too. A fountain is something that emits usually a liquid, though not always. The word fountain can also be used poetically— The mouth of the righteous is a fountain of life (Proverbs 10:11). or —my friend was a fountain of Hope to those around Him, because in dark times he provided much comfort.
Q: What is the difference between fountain and Chateau ?
A: Chateau is a large French country house or castle, often giving its name to wine made in its neighbourhood, while fountain is just a thing in which water flows, often found in said chateaus.
Q: What is the difference between fountain and well ?
A: Fountain is a shallow pool with a water feature in the middle. Well is a deep underground source of water.

Translations of "Fountain"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fountain
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 私は万年筆(まんねんひつ)に興味(きょうみ)があるけれども、高くてなかなかかえない。["I'm interested in fountain pens but I can't afford to buy one of them because they are very expensive "?]
A: The sentence you gave sounds natural.

You can omit "of them" while retaining the meaning, and add a comma to help to "break up" the sentence and make it easier to understand, so that it becomes
'I'm interested in fountain pens but I can't afford to buy one, because they are very expensive."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fountain
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hopeless fountain kingdom
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Other questions about "Fountain"

Q: "There is a fountain in the center of water which looks like a lake." does this sound natural?
A: There is a fountain in the middle of a pond that looks like a lake.
Q: ‎"the rusty fountain pen got me to think back to my young days" does this sound natural?
A: "The rusty fountain pen made me think of the days of my youth (or made me think of my youth)"
Q: I've lost my fountain pen.
①I have to buy the same one.
②I have to buy another.
③I have to buy one. does this sound natural?
A: use 2, i have to buy another one, sounds much better
Q: There are drinking fountains at the visitor certer where you can refill you bottle water does this sound natural?
A: refill your water bottle / refill your bottle with water

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