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

The meaning of "Insect" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Keep insects at arm's length mean?
A: it means to keep them away from you, or stay away from them at a distance where it can’t reach you.
Q: What does insect nation mean?
A: ...... what does that mean 😂😂😂😂

Example sentences using "Insect"

Q: Please show me example sentences with insect and bug.
A: Insect : grasshopper, beetle, butterfly Bug: smaller - aphid, stink bug, bed bug. Bugs suck juices from plants ****** The butterfly is a beautiful insect that flies. Birds like to eat insects. Bed bugs are not fun to have. Aphids can damage plants. ****** There is a computer bug. ( not a live bug or insect - this is a problem in the computer code) You are bugging me. ( also not a live bug or insect - this means to bother someone or pester someone)
Q: Please show me example sentences with insect, horse, giraffe, goat, hippo, elephant .
A: This insect is really annoying. My friend loves her horse. This giraffe has really long neck. Be careful, there's goat the the road! Every single hippo has gray skin. I can't imagine how big must this elephant be.

Synonyms of "Insect" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between insect and bug ?
A: They mean the same thing. If you were doing non-casual writing, you would use "insect" and if you were writing casually or speaking you would use "bug." Saying "Insect" makes you sound a little more educated; however, saying "bug" makes you sound a little more... human and less robotic... if that makes sense.
Q: What is the difference between insect and bug ?
A: Both mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between insect and bu g ?
A: There is no difference in meaning, but "bug" feels more casual to me and it's more likely to be used in everyday language. Also, in the UK, we tend to use "insect" more than in the US (I think). Also, you can use "bug" figuratively for a technical flaw in a system, i.e. a "bug in the system" or a "bug on the website." Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between insect and bug ?
A: An insect is any bug that has 6 legs. A bug is any small creature that has an exoskeleton. I hope that helps!!!!

Translations of "Insect"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? An insect's got six legs.
A: Cheers!!!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can call any insect with a "bug"?
A: ”Can I call any insect a bug?" Yes. All insects are bugs.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this insect
A: a bee has fur like body while the wasp has none. There are also certain species of flies which copies the appearance of the natural polinator "bees" to decieve the plants. In that case that's a wasp.

Other questions about "Insect"

Q: He softly picked at an insect with a stick in order to check if it was alive or not. does this sound natural?
A: Say "gently poked" instead of "softly picked"
Q: He softly picked an insect in order to check if it was alive or not. does this sound natural?
A: It is better to say, He gently picked up an insect...
Q: An insect is in our dorm now! And one of my roommates run out of our dorm because of it. We tried to switch off the light and open the bulb in the balcony for attracting it, but it didn't work. So we opened our fan to make it feel uncomfortable so as to leave our dorm! Well, we are still waiting. does this sound natural?
A: There's a bug(bug sounds more casual than insect) in our dorm! One of my roommates ran out of the dorm because of it. we tried to switch off the light and turn on the bulb on the balcony to attract the bug, but it didn't work. We turned on the fan hoping it would make it uncomfortable for the bug and it would leave. Well, we are still waiting.
Q: About an insect: Could you change this to more natural English, if I made mistakes, please? - - - - - - I have heard that there is no cicada in some countries. In Japan, so many cicadas come out from the ground in summer, and soon emerge from larvae. Then, they will start singing loudly. You may see several kinds of cicadas around all over Japan. I am wandering that catching real insects like a cicada is much fun than getting Pokemon with smartphone game, especially for boys. does this sound natural?
A: Some minor grammar errors. "I have heard that there are no cicadas in some countries. In Japan, so many cicadas come out from the ground in the summer and stop being larvae. Then, they will start singing very loud. There are several kinds of cicadas around Japan. I wonder if catching insects, like the cicada, is as much fun as catching Pokemon on the game PokemonGo.
Q: What do you call this insect?
A: A wasp.

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