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

The meaning of "Ideal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This may not be my ideal mode of transportation but it beats walking by a longshot. mean?
A: It means that, as a mode of transportation, "this" is much better than walking; I much prefer "this" to walking.

"X beats Y" means "X is better than Y".

"By a long shot" means it's not merely better but much, much better.

Q: What does What would be your ideal, dream job? mean?
A: What is the job you most want to do?

I wish I could be a pro football player.
My sister's perfect job would be a model like Norika Fujiwara
Q: What does the ideal situation is to advance the review session on the Friday to benefit learning mean?
A: it means that the plan is to do the review session on Friday so that people learn better
Q: What does "the ideal candidate should be in good physical condition" 에서 "in" mean?
A: It would be wrong. It needs "be in" or "have" to make sense.
Q: What does He betrayed the ideals of her generation. mean?
A: going against the grain, breaking traditional

Example sentences using "Ideal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What is your ideal place to live?
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A: This is already a sentence on its own but here are some sentences with it ☺️

"Hey Emily, what is your ideal place to live?"

"What is your ideal place to live? Mine is Tokyo!"

It can also be said as "Where do you want to live?

"Where do you want to live when you grow up?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with ideal.
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with ideal.
A: Hawaii is an ideal place for a vacation.

I found my ideal job after college.




Q: Please show me example sentences with ... This created an ideal situation for....
A: I'm not sure if I'm right or not but maybe something like this -> It has been snowing too much outside recently so this created an ideal situation for us to go and play snowballs!
or something like this -> The Chinese government's influenceses banned all the social medias, so this created an ideal situation for the govorement to hide all the information about the citizens!

Synonyms of "Ideal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She is the ideal person for the job. and She is the ideal one for the job. ?
A: No I don't think so. "You're/She's/I'm the one" is used in a variety of contexts, both positive and negative.

"A-ha! So you're the one who has been stealing all of the diamonds!"
"All I know is, she's the only one I want to be with"
"I'm the one who bought the car, so I get to drive!"
Q: What is the difference between who is your ideal type? and what is your ideal type? ?
A: who is your ideal type?는 특정 인물을 알리고싶다는 뜻인것 같아요.
what is your ideal type??는 일반 좋아하는 특성을 알리고싶다는 뜻인것 같아요.
Q: What is the difference between ideal and role model ?
A: Ideal is something that fits your imagination, your thoughts, wants and needs.
Role model is someone that behaves in a certain way, that is admirable.
Q: What is the difference between ideal and idle ?
A: Ideal means something that's perfect or great. For example "This is an ideal situation."

Idle means for something to be still or not moving, for example "The car was in idle."
Q: What is the difference between an ideal person in our society and a good person in our society ?
A: An ideal person is how society think you should act and look.
A good person is someone who is kind to others. They don't follow the norms of society.

Translations of "Ideal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 彼は理想的な紳士です。は英語でなんと言いますか?
He is an ideal gentleman. は正しいですか?


A: Yes, perfect.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You won’t be able to reach your ideal if you don’t throw away your diffidence. Is this sentence natural?
A: You won’t be able to reach your ideal goal if you don’t throw away your diffidence
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? realistic ideals
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? an ideal spot to relax
an ideal spot for relaxing

which is natural?
A: They’re both fine :)

Other questions about "Ideal"

Q: ​​company founded on, the ideal of family value is one i can relate to. treating your coworkers as cows has never appealed to me, butt some corporate executes tend to think of front-line staffas imminently expendable.When push comes to kick.its campany loyal that can make the difference between solventcy and bankruptcy. Having loyal, hardworking staff who will see a project through to the end, even if that means extra ours are needed to bring a deadline, makes all difference. That said though, if a project gets so far behind that out of hours work is essential to bring it's deadline, its important to view the project management side of things. Everything that can be done to avoid those situations in the first place should be did. Some may say that's a naive lookout, but it's been shown to work in other industries. Manufacturing, automotive, defence, they've all shown the value of loyalty and detention in the work force.

How many mistakes did I do?
A: Treating your coworkers like cows(or cattle) has never appealed to me, however some corporate executives tend to think of front line staff as imminently expendable.when push comes to shove.
Q: In an ideal world, everyone would be able to know whatever we want know more instantly, more easily. does this sound natural?
A: In an ideal world, everyone would be able to know whatever they wanted to know instantaneously
Q: "My ideal city would be one next to ocean, because I love the nature and I usually try avoid the polluted side of the city" does this sound natural?
A: "Try to" is fine in my opinion. You need "the" in front of "ocean." So "one next to the ocean" would be correct
Q: They will not start their ideal life as the reality is far more fiercer than they supposed. does this sound natural?
A: You could say, "They will not start their ideal life, as the reality is far more fiercer than they suppose."
Q: What does "once" in "once an ideal" mean?

The pursuit of happiness, once an ideal, has become a big business but not an especially effective one; plenty of other countries are doing a lot better than we are without trying so hard.
A: In this context it means "in the past" or "previously"

I was once a boy, but now I'm a man.

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