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

The meaning of "Incident" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The incident has been brought to a climax. mean?
A: The problem has reached it's worse point.
Q: What does The incident has been brought to a climax mean?
A: Climax is the most exciting /thrilling part
Q: What does The incident inclined my heart to keep the law. mean?
A: It is a bit odd in that context, "inclined my heart" seems very strong.

A very common usage of this word is the following phrase:
I'm inclined to believe/agree/say~~

I'm inclined to believe the police. There's no reason for them to lie.
After listening to my speech, some of my friends were actually inclined to agree with me for once.
Anyhow, I'm inclined to say that this guy must have lied.

Some other examples with that word:
I guess he wasn't the ideal patient so the doctors weren't inclined to put up much of a fuss.
The bully will now be more inclined to leave the kid alone.
I love going to the theater, but I tend to be more inclined toward the more serious, meaty fare.

It is a bit more formal word.





Q: What does "alleged" in

alleged incident mean?
A: supuesto accidente

Significa que (todavía) existen dudas de si realmente fue un accidente, ya no se lo demostraba más allá de cualquier duda, o al menos no más allá de la duda del orador.
Q: What does A cruel incident always gets people going. mean?
A: "Gets ... going" means gets people emotional or upset. This can usually be sad or angry.

Gets him going.

Gets her going.

Gets them going.

Gets John going.

Example sentences using "Incident"

Q: Please show me example sentences with incident .
A: "There was an incident in my country. A lot of people died." or "There was a traffic incident that caused me to be late." Something that happens unexpectedly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with incident and accident .
A: “The accident was two cards who hit each other.”
“The incident happened at 6AM.”

Synonyms of "Incident" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between incident and accident ?
A: Incident can refer to any event – big or small, good or bad, intentional or unintentional. A bank robbery, a funny or controversial situation, an argument between celebrities, etc. – all can be described as incidents.

An accident is a bad event caused by error or by chance. Accidents are always unintentional, and they usually result in some damage or injury. A car crash is one example of an accident. If some equipment malfunctions in a factory and injures the workers, that is also an accident. Examples of very minor accidents are when you step on someone’s foot or spill your coffee on someone else. You didn’t want or plan to do it.

All accidents can ALSO be described as incidents – but NOT all incidents are accidents.

If a drunk driver runs his car into a group of people, that is an accident (he did not intend to do it; it was caused by alcohol and chance). It could also be described as anincident (“The incident occurred on Main Street at around 2:30 AM”).

If three people were arrested after fighting in a bar, that is an incident (but not an accident – because the fight was not by chance; they intended to fight).
Q: What is the difference between incident and accident ?
A: Incident is an event that happens. Could be good or bad.

Accident is an unfortunate event / thing that happens without a deliberate cause.
Q: What is the difference between incident and accident ?
A: an instance of something happening; an event or occurrence.
"several amusing incidents"
Q: What is the difference between incident and accident and event ?
A: "Event" is the most general. Anything that happens in time is an event.

"Incident" means the same thing as event, but with a connotation of being bad and unexpected.

An "accident" is an unfortunate event that was caused by a human, but was unintentional.
Q: What is the difference between incident and incidence ?
A: Incident refers to one specific event that has occurred. Incidence refers to the rate or frequency of something (usually negative things such as illnesses or crime).

Translations of "Incident"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If the incident didn't hpaaen, how the world would have be like today?
A: How would the world be like today? If the incident didn’t happen.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? All the bad incidents, which he stored it in his unconscious made him....
All the bad incidents, which he stored them in his unconscious made him...
A: To be grammatically correct, it's All the bad incidents that he stored in his ....
But it sounds more natural to say All the bad incidents he stored in his .....
You don't need "it" and "them".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? we are sorry about the incident happen. We already keep our site supervisor informed to ensure the gate is lock when no one inside the unit.
A: We are sorry about the incident that happened. We already keep our site supervisor informed to ensure that the gate is locked when no one is inside the unit.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Since the incident we've met the most incredible people you'll ever meet, all wanting to help me.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Incident"

Q: if there hadn't been happened that incident,
people wouldn't have (realized/been aware of ) how serious misogyny in Korean society was. does this sound natural?
A: ‎If it hadn't been for that incident,
people wouldn't have realized how serious misogyny was in Korean society.
Q: (1)Did they arrest the criminal of the incident?
(2)Was the criminal of the incident arrested? does this sound natural?
A: 1 Did they arrest the criminal responsible for this incident?
2 Was the criminal responsible for this incident arrested?
Q: I assumed that he was the criminal of the incident. does this sound natural?
A: I assumed that he was the criminal.
I assumed that he was guilty.
I assumed that he was the one who committed the crime.

"of the incident" is unnatural and also, it should already be assumed in the context.
Q: a ridiculous incident occurred in united air. I can't believe how come they took him out who is customer without any reason. I don't understand it's really serious big problem. all of the world people express their anger. does this sound natural?
A: Its correct with some exceptions:
"A ridiculous incident occurred in united air. I cant believe how they took him, who is a customer, out for no reason. I don't understand. It's a really big and serious problem. All the people in world are expressing their anger ( or you can say "people from all around the world are expressing their anger.").
Q: I'm sorry for the earlier incident. It will never happen again. does this sound natural?
A: "I'm sorry about what happened earlier, it will never happen again" と "I'm sorry about earlier, it won't happen again" のほうが自然かと思います。どっちでもいい~

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