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

The meaning of "Frase" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does na frase hey look ma i mate it, o que significa esse "ma"? mean?
A: Are you refering to "Look ma, I made it!"

If so... the "ma" is a name for mother. And "made it" refers to being successful
Q: What does está frase mean?
A: Queria amar, mas não tem ninguém para amar
Q: What does Na frase " It had been a good business day, and we welcomed it as any merchant would." O welcomed tem o mesmo significado de Recommend? mean?
A: It means the day was successful business wise, meaning they made a fair amount of money and they treated it like all other producers/ people who sell things. Is that what you meant?
Q: What does Na frase " you want cheese on that hon ?
Oq significa "Hon " ? mean?
A: It's liked saying "honey" or "baby "

Example sentences using "Frase"

Q: Please show me example sentences with En la frase excellent museums porque excellent no tiene la s del plural?, por favor muéstrame más ejemplos.
A: Adjectives in English are never pluralized.

Nice girl, nice girls
Excellent book, excellent books
Beautiful city, beautiful cities

etc.
Q: Please show me example sentences with frase verbs.
A: What are "frase verbs"?
Q: Please show me example sentences with na frase "I wanted a cigarette, but nobody had ____" se usa some ou any? (___).

Synonyms of "Frase" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between frase and phrase ?
A: In English, we normally don't pronounce [ph] in phrase and frase is how we would pronounce it and write it like this in a sentence: It took me a while to think for a phrase.

Definition of phrase: a sentence
Q: What is the difference between when and while and in this frase " What do you going to do while you're there?" can be "when" too or not? ?
A: No difference, you can change "while" to "when", and the sentence would have the same meaning.

There is one thing though, "What do" is not right, it should be "What are"

Translations of "Frase"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frase
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frase
A: Sentence, phrase
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frase de un autor
A: Authors quote
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? A frase that doesn't mean the frace-it means something very different
A: Like said, an idiom is a fixed expression that has a meaning other than the literal words.
Another idiom is "it was raining cats and dogs" (meaning it was raining very heavily).

You can also describe it as "a metaphor". For example, "My grandfather is a giant" or "this idea is catching fire".

If it means the exact opposite, that can be "ironic" or "sarcastic". For example "I missed the bus- that's just wonderful!"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frase

Other questions about "Frase"

Q: Na frase "Look at all the lonely people" o "at" significa "para", então por que não usar o "for" ou o "to"?
A: Muitas vezes a junção de certas palavras têm como resultado um significado diferente, por isso é bom evitar ao máximo traduzir tudo ao pé da letra.
Basicamente "look at" é algo como "olhe para", "look for" significa "buscar", e "look to" é menos usado, mas não é incorreto
Q: A frase está correta?
I think athletes don't have an easy life. They do hard work everyday.
A: It's correct, but a more natural way to say it is:
"I think athletes have an uneasy life. They work hard everyday."
Q: na frase "Have you ever see the rain" por que precisa-se usar o "Have"? sem ele está incorreto?
A: Todas as perguntas precisam de um auxiliar: Do, does, did.. Nesse caso o have é o auxiliar.
Q: A frase "The Truck is being painted by me"(Passive Voice) ficaria como em Active voice?
A: I am painting the truck
Q: Cuál frase es la correcta:
He has already seen the front page.
Or
He had already seen the front page
A: Both are correct, but they mean different things.

"He HAS already seen it" - talking about something in the past, from the perspective of NOW.

"He HAD already seen it"- talking about something in the past, from the perspective of the past.

"I will try to hide the front page from him. Don't bother, he has already seen it." (Perfect tense)

"I tried to hide the front page from him, but he had already seen it" (past perfect)

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