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

The meaning of "Graves" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does graves mean?
A: When someone dies they dig a hole in the ground(in the dirt) that is in the shape of a rectangle that is the length of the dead body. The hole is 6 feet deep. They put the body in a casket(a box). They put the box in the hole and cover it with dirt.
Q: What does unmarked graves mean?
A: It means that the tombstone placed where someone is buried does not have anything engraved in it. There is no name or year of birth/death.
Q: What does graves and mist mean?
A: So that I can give you a more detailed answer, can you please tell me where you got this phrase from? Or if you do not know what each word means:

grave - where a corpse is buried underneath the ground, with a stone placed on the surface
mist - water in the form as a gas

Example sentences using "Graves"

Q: Please show me example sentences with graves.
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Translations of "Graves"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? graves malinterpretaciones
A: Serious misunderstandings .....?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estás en graves problemas
A: You are in serious trouble/ you’re in serious trouble

Other questions about "Graves"

Q: Not only is Japanese sly, but also they aren't smart. They dig their own graves. They are like stupid.

Is this correct?
A: Not only are the Japanese sly, but they aren't smart. They dig their own graves. They are stupid.
Q: ​‎I visited my ancestor’s graves with my family last week. The graves are located around four and one half hours by car from here. My sister and I took turns driving. In this drive, there was an event that I felt scared to drive.

When I drove on the highway, l saw a truck that parked in a tunnel. The road had two lanes, the truck parked on the same lane that I was driving. I wanted to turn the wheel to the right lane road to avoid the truck. I checked the side mirror whether cars were driving on the right lane or not. Fortunately no car was driving in the right lane. I was able to turn the wheel to the right and I was able to avoid colliding with the truck. I'm glad that I was able to visit the graves safely without causing accidents. does this sound natural?
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce graves.
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