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

The meaning of "Infant" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does An infant will be able to reach a sitting position unassisted. Does " reach a sitting position" mean to sit ? mean?
A: Yes. But they use “to reach” the position because a baby has to make some effort to push themselves up to sit.
Q: What does infants who spend their clays in childcare facilities tend to have less secure relationships with their mothers and may experience problems later in life.

This clays mean ? mean?
A: I believe "clays" is an typographical error which should read "days"
Q: What does infants who spend their clays in childcare facilities tend to have less secure relationships with their mothers and may experience problems later in life. mean?
A: 「days」ですね。
Q: What does even though the infant formula scandal shed light on the need to tighten regulations on food products mean?
A: @Ri-na 意味は。。。

even though = Although
the infant formula scandal = toxic baby milk (in China probably?)
shed light on = exposed
the need to tighten regulations = the need for stricter rules
on food products

Example sentences using "Infant"

Q: Please show me example sentences with infant.
A: thank you!

Synonyms of "Infant" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between infant and infantile ?
A: Infant is a noun, infantile is an adjective.
An infant is a baby; someone who is infantile is someone who acts like a baby. If someone is behaving childish, then there acting in an infantile way.
Infant can be used as an adjective to describe when someone is an actual baby, but isn’t often used that way. So you could theoretically say “the infant girl” but it would be like “the baby girl”
Q: What is the difference between infant and baby ?
A: In US English, we usually think of an infant as a very young baby. Very recently born. After a while--I am not sure how long--when a baby is a little older, it is not an infant anymore, but is still a baby.
Q: What is the difference between infant and baby ?
A: Infant = 0-4 months old? Very very small and young. Infants are young babies

Baby = 0-12 months old
Q: What is the difference between infant and baby ?
A: Newborn usually refers to a baby from birth to about 2 months of age.

Infants can be birth to one year old.

Baby can be used to refer to any child from birth to age 4 years old, thus encompassing newborns, infants, and toddlers.
Q: What is the difference between infant and kid and child ?
A: Infant is a baby and no other meaning.
Kid and child both can mean someone that is older, no longer a baby. But sometimes it is used figuratively to mean someone is still not grown up mentally.

Translations of "Infant"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? please tell me what is it mean.“It has a lucid gaze for an infant,” said Orma, pushing up his spectacles and leveling his own piercing stare at me.
A: Lucid means clear. It is a strange way to character the gaze of an infant. It might mean to make eye contact and gaze intently with understanding.

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? infant
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Other questions about "Infant"

Q: what is 「the infant was placed before the father who then picked it up to symbolically accept the baby into the family」 in korean?
A: It basically means "the small child was put in front of the dad who picked it up and he and he accepted the baby into the family
Q: An infant in the carriage was crying too loudly. It was driving me crazy. Does this sound natural?
A: sounds perfect!
Q: It is also very useful for infants and old-aged people use. Does this sound natural?
A: Instead of saying old-aged people you can say elderly people. "It is also very useful for infants and elderly people to use."
Q: The infant may be responding to aspects of the stimulus different than those identified by the investigator.

What's the meaning of "different than those identified by the investigator"?
A: The things the investigator is looking for.

Let's say the stimulus is a toy. The investigator has identified the toy's sound as what the infant is responding to (the investigator thinks the child is attracted to the sound.) But the child is actually attracted to the toy's color. So color is an aspect of the toy that is different than the one identified by the investigator (sound.)

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