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

The meaning of "Heavy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does heavy mean?
A: pesado.
Q: What does heavy mean?
A: oh ok thanks 😊
Q: What does heavy petting mean?
A: Petting something very hardly. Petting something with a lot of force.

Are you sure it’s “heavy petting”? Maybe it’s “heavy panting”?
Q: What does "heavy " mean?
A: Heavy:

An object that weighs a lot that typically requires a good amount of strength to lift it up or carry

OR

a great amount of density
Q: What does heavy featured mean?
A: тяжелые признаки

Example sentences using "Heavy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "Just as heavy".
A:
Hmm, just as heavy is not a common expression.
Something like: You’re as light as a feather. Or: You’re as heavy as a horse. These sentences might be used to describe someone’s weight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with heavy.
A: "This box is way too heavy, can you help me carry it upstairs?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with heavy .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with heavy.
A: 1. The box was heavy because it was filled with lots of books.

2. The cat is fat and is heavy to lift.

3. I lift heavy weights at the gym.

4. This chair is very heavy!
Q: Please show me example sentences with heavy
heavy.
A: I couldn't watch the movie, it was heavy for me. ( too intense)

The disasters of the hurricanes weighed heavy in my heart.

With a heavy heart, I want to announce the passing of our pastor.

Synonyms of "Heavy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between heavy and hefty ?
A: Hefty can be big and wide or heavy. Heavy means it weighs a lot - regardless of it’s size.
Q: What is the difference between heavy and difficult and hard ?
A: heavy is something that you can't carry it
difficult is something you can't solve it
hard is that you can't do that
Q: What is the difference between heavy and weighty ?
A: I don't usually use weighty
Q: What is the difference between heavy and weight ?
A: heavy >> a great weight basically something difficult to move or lift

weight >> a body's relative mass ( i am 110 pounds in weight)

or a heavy object, especially one being lifted or carried (like the weights your workout with)
Q: What is the difference between heavy and strong ?
A: Heavy means the weight of something. For example ' that bread is very heavy I hope I am strong enough to lift it'
'that man is very strong, he can lift that heavy elephant above his head'

Translations of "Heavy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It's very heavy for me😔
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? heavy
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? It's heavy. Heavy how I want you so bad
A: Wanting the person is weighing down on them.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? heavy
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? heavy
A: I'm not sure what you mean, heavy is English

Other questions about "Heavy"

Q: Подскажите, где «is», а где «are»?

The traffic___very heavy in this street. Be careful at the corner. When the traffic-lights___red, don’t cross the street.
The carrots___delicious.
I think this ___detailed research.
Look out! The stairs___very old.
The police___ responsible for these actions.
The knowledge she has got at college___very deep.
The grapes___ripe.
A: @Darutela
Use "is" when referring to singular noun, use "are" when referring to plural noun/plurality.

Example:
План - хороший.
The plan IS good.

Планы - хорошие.
The plans ARE good.

1. Is
2. Are
3. Are
4. Is
5. Are
6. Are
7. Is
8. Are
Q: Please show me how to pronounce heavy .
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Q: Heavy rain now in my place. Is the word "heavy rain" was right to describe the rain that swift ? Also, please correct the grammer of this sentences too.
A: You can say, "It's raining heavily right now in my place." as opposed to 'heavy rain now in my place.' You can also use "It's pouring heavily" if you want to describe the rain quickly.
With regards to the grammar of your sentences, the following are the corrections or areas of improvement:
1. Can the words, "heavy rain" be used to describe the rain quickly?
2. Also please correct the grammar of these sentences (to add 'too' will make it redundant).
There you are!
Q: Heavy thing means heavy stuff not heavy staff,right?
A: Heavy Thing is singular
Heavy Stuff is plural
They're not the same.
"Heavy things" would be the same as "Heavy stuff" but it all depends on the context
Q: It's heavy raining now.
does this sound natural?
A: its raining heavier now.

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