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

The meaning of "Jacket" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does on went (on went her old brown jacket; on went her old brown hat) mean?
A: Just a funny way of saying "her brown jacket was put on, she put on her brown jacket"
Q: What does He gave me a sweet jacket. mean?
A: "Sweet" is a slang term that means "nice" or "awesome".

彼は私に凄いジャケットをくれた。
Q: What does perforated jacket mean?
A: perforated= to make holes or or pierce (past tense)
It's a jacket with holes in it.
Perforated leather jackets have tiny holes in the leather material that allow air to flow through the jacket for a cooling effect.
Q: What does 'That jacket doesn't fit.' mean?
A: It means it is the wrong size for you.
Q: What does "then" in "​​I will bring a jacket then" mean?
A: if that is the case./if that is true.

"it's cold outside!" "okay, I will bring a jacket then."

Example sentences using "Jacket"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Где тут ошибка?
The jackets, which this shop makes, are of excellent quality .
A: тут все верно

Synonyms of "Jacket" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between This jacket seems to be warmer and This jacket looks warmer ?
A: Seems to be implies you have tried it on or tested it somehow. Looks is implying you’ve just looked at it, not tested it or tried it on.
Q: What is the difference between that jacket don't fit. and that jacket doesn't fit. ?
A: Change “that” to “the” and it is proper English to use “the jacket doesn’t fit”
Q: What is the difference between She is wearing a red jacket, a hat, and high-heeled shoes. and Find out who Gary, Henry and Karl are. and I have a question about two sentences above. When you see them they have a pattern , , and. First one has a comma before and. but second has no comma before and. How different are they? I am always confusing when has a comma and no comma before last and. ?
A: correct
Q: What is the difference between you might need a jacket, it's cold sometimes and you may need a jacket, it's cold sometimes.
A: Both "you might need a jacket" and "you may need a jacket" work, if that is what you mean. They are interchangeable I think
Q: What is the difference between " Whose blue jacket is this?" and " Whose blue jacket is this?" ?
A: They are the same sentence

Translations of "Jacket"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The jacket cooler than outfit?
A: That jacket is cooler than that outfit
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how much for a jacket?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 請試穿這件外套 (Please try on this jacket?)
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? jacket or blazer?
A: @freeman17. PRONOUNCE

BLAYSIR.
JYAKET
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when my jacket gets wet due to the shower, which is the best to say next below.
A: "I'll let it dry"

Other questions about "Jacket"

Q: Please put your jacket into the wardrobe and please take a seat. You will be called by the doctor ( or it's better to say: doctor will call you) Does this sound natural?
A: "Please put your jacket into the wardrobe and take a seat." You don't need to repeat the word "please".
"The doctor will call you" is slightly better, but both are correct and natural.
Q: Please, take out your jacket. It's dirty, son.
I have to take out some money to buy something for my boyfriend's birthday.
Can I take out this cake? I am in a hurry. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, that's correct!
But usually people say:
"I have to spend some money to buy something new"
Or
"I have to take some money out of my salary/allowance to buy something new"

Nevertheless, you are still grammatically correct!
Q: I left my jacket there. Does this sound natural?
A: Excellent!👍 :))
Q: I think you should try the jacket on that you brought before. Maybe it isn't fit on now. Does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence sounds great! The only problem is in the second sentence. To make it sound natural you should say "Maybe it doesn't fit you now"
Q: I must do up my jacket. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "I must zip up my jacket." that sounds more natural.

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