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

The meaning of "Gallery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does it mean "this gallery opening ISN'T FOR MONTHS"? mean?
A: It means that this gallery isn't opening for many months.
Q: What does gallery mean?
Q: What does I am not sure whether there really is a gallery mean?
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Example sentences using "Gallery"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gallery.
A: “I went to the art gallery yesterday with my family.”

“She walked through the eastern gallery of the palace.”

“There is an exhibition for precious and old artefacts in the gallery.”

Synonyms of "Gallery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between gallery and audience ?
A: Audience is definitely much more common. They can have the same meaning, though.

"Gallery" is usually referring to the audience members who are in one specific section of the theater. The gallery is the area really high up, or on a balcony. (I'll post a picture)

Also, most people immediately think of art when they hear "gallery." A gallery is a room or building with lots of art.

Translations of "Gallery"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does rotating gallery of artwork mean?

is it changed like according to the seasons? or the gallery itself rotates like a merry-go-round?

Thank you.
A: It means that the things in the gallery are changed out from time to time. It comes from the sense of the word "rotate" that means "replace old things with new things." It is also used for stores: "We needed to rotate the stock every week."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? gallery
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Other questions about "Gallery"

Q: A new gallery is going to open in local area this summer. I drew pictures for them. It was hard for me to prepare pictures, imaging a space I've never seen yet. When you come to my town, please make sure to see them and feel the struggles of mine. does this sound natural?
A: × A new gallery is going to open in local area this summer.
✓ A new gallery is going to open in my local area this summer.

× It was hard for me to prepare pictures, imaging a space I've never seen yet.
✓ It was hard for me to draw the pictures, imagining a space I’ve not seen yet.

× When you come to my town, please make sure to see them and feel the struggles of mine.
✓ When you come to my town, please make sure to see them and appreciate my struggle.

Q: That’s the gallery “which” had the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition.

Why use “which”? Can't use “where”?
A: If you want to use “where” then the sentence would be “That’s the art gallery where the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition was held”
You can’t use “where” instead of “which” without changing the sentence a little
Q: "It was decided to create a separate gallery for these valuable works of visual art in order that they don't get lost against the background of other museum's exhibits."

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What does "get lost against the background of other museum's exhibits" mean?
A: To be overshadowed or not seen because of everything else drawing attention.

Much like seeing a forest instead of a tree.


Q: A gallery quite often is added to make use of space vertically as well as horizontally. does this sound natural?
A: "A gallery is added quite often to make use of space..."
Q: For sure! You have an astounding gallery. does this sound natural?
A: The sentence that you wrote is the response to the following question: "Do I have a good gallery?"

In any other case/situation, you should say "You sure have an astounding gallery!" or "Your gallery sure is astounding!"

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