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

The meaning of "Gain" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "gains" in "'Give me gains or give me death': Florida gym-goers protest lockdown with push-ups" mean?
A: ita slang, and means “muscle”
getting gains = getting muscle
Q: What does gain an end mean?
A: “To get ahead” I’m pretty sure
Q: What does gain an interest in mean?
A: To become interested in something, to start liking something, or to start wanting to know more about something.
"Recently I've been gaining an interest in bird watching. I find it fascinating."
"I'm shocked that you gained an interest in the stock market. It's not like you."
Q: What does gain christmas weight mean?
A: Gaining weight from the heart meals at Christmas?
Q: What does gain international buzz mean?
A: Everyone is talking about a subject

Example sentences using "Gain"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gain on .
A: we mostly just use the word "gain" as it is cuz gain on means the same as gain. so for examples you say "I gain weight easily" or "you gain a lot of knowledge if you watch the news"
Q: Please show me example sentences with gain (gained).
A: I gain knowledge by reading books.
The value of my investment went up. I gained $100.
To gain a prize, you must win the game.
What did you gain from that experience?
What good does it do you to gain the world if it costs you your soul?
I have been working out consistently for a year. My gains are huge! (I've gained a lot of strength)
Q: Please show me example sentences with gain prestige .
A: Winning the Akutagawa Prize (芥川龍之介賞) helped him gain prestige.
Q: Please show me example sentences with gain and win .
A: What do you hope to gain from continued therapy?
What is there to gain from winning the race?
Who is going to win?
Weight gain during pregnancy is normal and usually expected.
Q: Please show me example sentences with gain a better understanding of .
A: I made an experiment myself on intermolecular forces in order to gain a better understanding of how molecules hold onto eachother.

Synonyms of "Gain" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between gain and gain in ?
A: It depends on how you write the sentence.

Examples:
You gain weight
Or
I made a gain in my weight.
Q: What is the difference between gain and get and acquire ?
A: I think 'acquire' is simply more formal than 'get'. 'Gain' can also be a more formal way of saying 'get', but it means other things too.

acquireの方がgetより堅いと思います。gainもgetより堅いですが、他の意味があります。全部は「手に入れる」という意味を持っています。:)
Q: What is the difference between to gain and to garner ?
A: gain experience/weight, garner ideas/interest/votes. Gain means to obtain whereas garner means to collect or accumulate
Q: What is the difference between gain and earn ?
A: "I have nothing to gain from this"

"I need to earn some money"

Gaining is something that happens from time and experience, usually without effort. "I gained some good friends these past few years"

Earn is something you work for. "I worked hard to earn this."
Q: What is the difference between gain and yield ?
A: Is this in a financial context? The following explanation is based on that assumption. Feel free to ignore if it's in a different context.
Gain is a generic term for an increase , generally for profit that has been obtained - 'the stock market gained 5 points from its closing price ', 'She gained a profit of fifty thousand when she sold her shares '
Yield is generally used in finance to describe a relative return. That means, if you have a security that produces income, then the yield would be the income divided by the price of the security. Example: stocks pay dividends, so the dividend yield is the dividend paid divided by the stock price.
Note that if you're working with bonds, the usage of the word 'yield' usually refers to the slightly more technical definition of yield-to-maturity.

Translations of "Gain"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It was smallest gain three-month period in ??? years.
please tell me,
I wan to make an interrogative sentence to ask "???". How do you say?
A: It was the smallest gain over a three month period in how many years?

How many years has it been since there has been a gain over a three month period that low?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? gain ground mean
A: To catch up with something or to reduce the gap between two things that are moving. It can be used figuratively - Company A are gaining ground on Company B with regard to the supply of computers.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gain
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gain or get ?
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Other questions about "Gain"

Q: Because I gain weight ,I don't eat. Does this sound natural?
A: I don't eat because I'll gain weight.

自然な英語は日本語の順番と逆の場合が多いです。特に理由⇨行動のとき。
Q: We gain despite experience and knowledge. Does this sound natural?
A: despite means that 'this happens' even though 'that happens'. I am still confused as to how you want to include it.
You could say: "we gain experience despite knowledge"
Or:
"we gain knowledge despite experience"
Depending upon what you're trying to say
Q: I gain weight as I take more sugar. Does this sound natural?
A: The more sugar I eat, the more weight I gain.
Q: gain new knowledge
obtain new knowledge
get new knowledge
Does this sound natural?
A: Gain new knowledge sounds best! And no you do not need an "a"; "a knowledge" doesn't exist!
Q: What does "gain one's ends" mean? Feel free to provide some example sentences.
A: To earn your living. Also commonly used in a similar respect is: "to make ends meet".

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