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

The meaning of "Killer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does “All killer,no filler” mean? If I describe a podcast is all killer no filler,what’s the real meaning? mean?
A: @Alex_choo this is very rarely used. Ive almost never heard it outside of a music context.

In an album there are many songs.
Songs that are popular are called killers. Songs that are not popular are called fillers. Because they are so lousy it is like they are there to fill up an album.

All killer no filler means the album is so good that all the music tracks are popular and well written. There are no fillers, no lousy music tracks.
Q: What does Serial killer mean?
A: A person who commits series of murders. /A person who has killed many people.
Q: What does killer looks mean?
A: it means you look good,

you got killer looks = you got style (good style)
Q: What does :" I want to smoke the killer out." a police officer said that.

what he mean by that? (killing him?) mean?
A: to reveal the killer.
Q: What does it takes a killer mean?
A: I believe it means, like a specific type of person who is confident and determined to do something. example Working in the modeling world isn't easy, it takes a killer

Example sentences using "Killer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with killer.
A: these are killer shoes.
Lebron has killer dunks.

Synonyms of "Killer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between killer and murder ?
A: Both kill and murder both refer to the acting of ending someones life ( a killer is someone who kills, a murderer someone who murders)

Both are the same in definition, but come with different feelings or connotations.

To kill is much more ambiguous and the softer of the two. If you say for instance, “he killed someone” you do mean that he ended someone, but it leaves room for ambiguity. The man could have done so by accident or without intention. It sounds much more plain and what it means about the person in reference is dependent on the rest of the sentence. Kill (or killer) is much more flexible.

Murder (murderer) sounds way more harsh than killer and paints a much darker picture. If I say ‘he murdered someone’, it’s implied that he did so with intent and was more violent in doing so. You get the picture of someone unhinged or dangerous.
Q: What is the difference between killer and assassin and murderer ?
A: Killer and Murderer are functionally the same. An assassin is someone who is payed or ordered to kill someone.
Q: What is the difference between killer and murderer and assassin ?
A: The difference is intent.
Killer is a general word for someone who has killed someone or something. Can be used with someone who has killed multiple people.
Murderer is someone who goes out of their way to kill some one. It is planned and they are guilty.
Assassin is someone paid or hired by someone to kill a person.
Q: What is the difference between killer and murder ?
A: You can make a distinction between kill and murder in that the former is justified and the latter is not. Often, though, kill is used interchangeably with murder even though they technically do not mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between killer and murderer ?
A: You can use either. Both can be used to describe something or someone who takes a life.
In most cases murderer might only apply to a person. Killer could be an animal, person, natural disaster.
"The murderer was caught by the police just in time"

"The killer was caught by the police just in time"

"The killer Tornado tore apart the town"

Translations of "Killer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? killer
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Which is the different between killer and assassin?
A:
"What is the difference between....?"


Assassins generally kill targets with political motivation or because they are paid.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "The biggest killer on the planet is stress and i still think the best medicine is and always has been weed"
A: i know right. It's already in English
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the killer is being arrested
A: The same way you said in the question ?

Other questions about "Killer"

Q: I was chased by a killer on my way and l fell over does this sound natural?
A: × I was chased by a killer on my way and l fell over
✓ I was chased by a killer and l fell down

If you use "on my way," then you need to give a destination. For example, I was chased by a killer on my way home and I fell down.
Q: The killer was given the name the Cowboy from the way he handles his victims.He hogties them to let them strangle themselves to death when their muscles give out. does this sound natural?
A: It's very good, aside from some minor errors!

The killer was given the name The Cowboy from the way he handles his victims. He hogties them to let them strangle themselves to death when their muscles give out.

It would be "The Cowboy" rather than "the Cowboy". Since "The Cowboy" is his title, "the" would be capitalized as well!

Some examples:

The Jester
The Fool
The Noble
Q: If the killer chase and catch up all survivers, then he win in the game. does this sound natural?
A: The player wins the game if he chases to catch the survivors.
Q: He later avenged himself on his wife’s killers.
does this sound natural?
A: He later avenged his wife in her killers.
Q: Supposed that he is the killer we have to catch him. does this sound natural?
A: "Supposing that he is the killer, we have to catch him." Would be more natural😊

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