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

The meaning of "Kingdom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does kingdom come mean?
A: heaven, the good place where we go after this life
Q: What does kingdom come mean?
A: "Kingdom come" refers to the afterlife. It's usually used in a threat to say that you're going to "send that person to hell."

"I'm going to send you to kingdom come!" As an example.
Q: What does kingdom mean?
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Q: What does This is my kingdom come (I've heard it in a song) mean?
A: This is originally an allusion to the Lord's Prayer: “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done.” and I believe it's being used as a reference to the next world, the afterlife: “The superpowers have enough nuclear warheads to blow the entire world to kingdom come.”

Example sentences using "Kingdom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with blown to kingdom come.
A: Someone planted an explosive in the public bathroom. The next morning, the building was blown to kingdom come.

(It's a dramatic/exaggerated way to say something exploded, and there is not much left to salvage.)
Q: Please show me example sentences with “The kingdom was ruled by a beloved King and Queen.” why was it use ‘a’? Is it right or wrong?.
A: This is right. Very well written. The article ‘a’ is used before the adjective “beloved” the same as it would be used to say “I am a Boy” it highlights the subject of the sentence which is the queen and king

Synonyms of "Kingdom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between united kingdom(UK) and England and America and USA ?
A: UK comprises of: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, whereas England is just a country in the United Kingdom.
America refers to North America and South America, but the USA is the country of North America only
Q: What is the difference between united kingdom and britain and england and great britain ?
A: The United Kingdom is made up of 4 countries - England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Great Britain (or just Britain) is the largest land mass that's made up of England, Scotland and Wales.

And England is just one of the countries of the UK.

:)
Q: What is the difference between kingdom and realm ?
A: You must be watching Game of Thrones. 😊 Great question, I’ll try. Kingdom refers to an area that is under the rule of a monarch. I think of realm as meaning the land and its people, without regard to political boundaries or who is in charge.
Q: What is the difference between united kingdom language and united states language ?
A: UK English uses s' or u's instead of z's or no u's in US
Examples
UK: The COLOUR of the LASER is red
US: The COLOR of the LAZER is red
The only other difference would be slang
UK: Bonnet (car) Boot (car)
US: Hood (car) Trunk (car)
Q: What is the difference between united kingdom and great Britain ?
A: I'm pretty sure that Great Britain refers to England.
The United Kingdom refers to the nations England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Translations of "Kingdom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? united kingdom
A: United Kingdom
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? kingdom
A: Kingdom
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? united kingdom
A: Like this
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? united kingdom
united kingdom
A: Just wondering how the heck you're fluent in English (US) but a beginner at English (UK)? Like, surely you'd be advanved because the languages are so similar?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? united kingdom
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Other questions about "Kingdom"

Q: "kingdom come"
という言葉が「死後の世界」や「あの世」に似たような意味があると教わりました。
何故そのような意味になるのか、ご教示いただけないでしょうか。
A: その表現は「主の祈り」から来ました。
ラテン語訳:adveniat Regnum Tuum
英語役:Your kingdom come
日本語訳: 御国がきますように

実は、英語訳は"May your kingdom come"のほうが正しいですが、略してあります。

主の御国は、現代の世界が終わってから来るので、死後の世界とも言えます。
"come"は動詞ですが、その表現では形容詞として扱われていますね。その使い方は間違っていても、面白くて詩的だと思います。
Q: "So the kingdom which once was a happy place got replaced with great despair and anxiety."
or
"So the kingdom which once was a happy place got replaced by great despair and anxiety."
A: So the kingdom, which was once a happy place, became a place of despair and anxiety.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce The kingdom was ruled by a beloved king and queen. Can you read it kinda quickly?.
A: it is! If I had to change one thing, I’d say to pronounce the a before beloved more. I couldn’t really hear it so it sounded like “The kingdom was ruled by beloved king and queen.” Your pronunciation is very good though :)
Q: But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.(difficult religious phrase) does this sound natural?
A: Awesome, just some small things! :)
Q: I was born to rule the seven kingdoms and I will
does this sound natural?
A: sounds prefect

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