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

The meaning of "Hammer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hammered out mean?
A: hammered out
Q: What does hammer out mean?
A: It means to resolve the issue: “we can hammer out the details later.”
Means we can deal with the details later.
Q: What does hammered again mean?
A: Very drunk.

I'm hammered, mate. = I'm so, so drunk.
Q: What does hammers home mean?
A: If you mean "hammer home", the idiom, it means: To try really hard to make someone understand something.

I tried to show them that 2 + 2 is not 5, but I couldn't hammer it home.
Just let me hammer home this last point, and then we can leave.

Example sentences using "Hammer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hammer away at .
A: Every day I will hammer away at my novel. I hope to finish it by the end of the year.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "hammer".
A: Hammer is a pretty tricky word since it can be used as both a noun and verb in the same sentence. Something I can say is "I took my hammer (noun) and hammered (verb) the nail into the wall. You can also use hammer as a word that means they were criticized heavily or insulted. For example I could say "The goalie was hammered with disapproving screams after missing the easy save."
Q: Please show me example sentences with hammer.
A: Hey could you pass me that hammer?
How big is that hammer?

Synonyms of "Hammer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hammer and fulminate ?
A: Hammer is a slang term whereas fulminate is a very formal term.

Hammer implies relentless criticism, like being hit over and over with a hammer (锤子)

Fulminate is a more sharp, explosive protest against something but not necessarily as repetitive.

So no, not exactly interchangeable.
Q: What is the difference between The hammer is used. and The hammer is being used. ?
A: The first sentence indicates that the hammer was used by someone. It means that it is not new.
"I bought a new hammer since the one my dad gave me is used."

The second sentence indicates that someone is using the hammer.
"I had to wait my turn since the hammer was being used."
Q: What is the difference between hammered and wasted ?
A: Hammered is getting drunk while wasted means you are completely drunk
Q: What is the difference between hammered and wasted and drunk and shitfaced and intoxicated ?
A: Intoxicated is a more technical term, drunk is the most common, and the others are slang for very drunk

Translations of "Hammer"

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Q: Please show me how to pronounce hammer.
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Q: my hammer has been made of aluminum and copper ,that is why it is so strong.
Does this sound natural?
A: I'd say "My hammer is made of aluminum and copper, that is why it is so strong."
Q: He's hammered again. Does this sound natural?
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Q: There's hammers and nails .
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