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

The meaning of "Hum" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does there is just the hum of traffic for a minute mean?
A: It means there is noise from the traffic for a short time
Q: What does hum mean?
A: It can just sort of aimlessly be making muffled sounds like this, or it can be to the tune of a song.
Q: What does humming mean?
A: A sound you make when you sing along to a song with your lips closed together. The sound comes from your throat :)
Q: What does hum western culture apna rhe h aur esse yeh ho rha h ki hamari sanskriti pichad gyi h mean?
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Q: What does hums mean?
A: Humming is make a long tuneful sound. Often it's people humming. Other things such as machines or power wire may hum if we can hear a (usually) low pitched (but pitched) sound coming from them.

Example sentences using "Hum"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ( began to ) hum.
A: The old man began to hum
As we were driving, the engine began to hum
Q: Please show me example sentences with humming.
A: thnks for giving answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with hum .
A: I assume you mean the verb “to hum”.

Present tense you could say:

“I can’t sing well, but I can hum

Past tense:

“She was too shy to sing so she just hummed along with the song.”

Future tense:

“If a song plays and I don’t know the words, I will just hum it!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with to hum along .
A: Anywhere you can use singing along to you can use humming along to. Of course, they don't have the same meaning. Singing is saying the lyrics while humming is a buzzing noise made in your mouth(not 100% sure how to explain). Ex. Sal was humming along to Cheap Thrills by Sia.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hum log khoob masti karenge shaadi mai.
A: we will lot enjoy in marraige

Synonyms of "Hum" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hum and croon ?
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Q: What is the difference between hum and chant and sing ?
A: when you hum you make musical sounds with you lips closed

when you chant, you repeat words or syllables in a certain cadence/beat

when you sing, you usually mean you are singing words--a song that has words although it could be arias or scales if you are practicing using your voice
Q: What is the difference between the distant hum of traffic and a distant hum of traffic ?
A: "The" sounds slightly more natural.

Translations of "Hum"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hum es ghaaw me 2 mahine se rha rahe hai
A:

We have been living in this village for 2 months.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hum pahele mail bheja karte the
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hum ja rhe the par mere bhaiya aa gye mere mere pas
A: we were going but my brother came near me
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hum guse me hain
A: We are in anger
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hum running roj jaenge.
A: daily I will go walk

Other questions about "Hum"

Q: "hum running made me want to go out and run too." Does this sound natural?
A: I think you wanted “him” not “hum.” Otherwise it is correct.
Q: hum unhe kaise yaad rakh skte hai
A: How will I remember them?
how will I remember her?
how will I remember him?
Q: hum se badkar kaun??
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Q: "I was as much affected by the faint hum of a mosquito making its invisble and unimaginable tour through my apartment,when I was sitting with door and windows open,as I could be by any trumpet that ever sang of fame."
Q1.Is the narrator prasing the mosquito or despising it?
Q2.What does "sang of fame" mean?
A: praising it.
sang is past tense if sing. fame is a state of being famous.
"sang of fame" is describing the heralding of the trumpet. heralding is like the music that is played before a king walks in a room.

He is saying that the hum of the mosquito is as important and beautiful to him as the procession of music that comes before a king. or more important than the trumpet that.let's you know.someone important is coming.
Q: "He had made up a little hum that very morning."

Why is "He had made a little hum at early morning" incorrect?

What does "up"and "that" mean?
A: You can't say "at that very morning"
Instead you say "that very morning"
It's like に for time/time of day.
今来ました
vs
6時に来ました

"Make up" = invent 生み出す?

That = その?

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