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

The meaning of "Lab" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does lab mean?
A: “Lab” is short for “laboratory”.

A laboratory is a building or a room where scientific experiments, analyses, and research are carried out.

A laboratory in a school, college, or university is a room containing scientific equipment where students are taught science subjects such as chemistry.
Q: What does black lab(pet) mean?
A: It's a Labrador Retriever. And It's a dog breed.
Q: What does the lab is wired for sound mean?
A: That there is a sound system installed, probably for a person to talk with a microphone so they don't have to yell.
Q: What does We had to put our black lab down last year. mean?
A: It means they had to euthanize their pet dog.

Synonyms of "Lab" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lab and laboratory ?
A: They both mean the same thing lab is just a shorten word for laboratory
Q: What is the difference between get up to the lab and go to the lab ?
A: I'm going to go to the lab.
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Translations of "Lab"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “Focus on lab. Will extend additional 15 min and open it for 4pm. Reach out for honorlock to let you continue.” Can some explain me that she wants me to take the exam at 4? Or will the time available at 4?
A: I don't understand the sentence as it's written. In English, you would not say "open it for 4pm." One of the following would make more sense:
• "open it at 4 pm" - It will be open exactly when the time is 4 pm
• "open it by 4 pm" - It will be open at or before 4 pm
• "open it until 4 pm" - It will close at 4 pm.

I would ask the person for clarification.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 갈길이 멀다? I was in the lab class and we had to boil water to separate salt. And one group’s beaker had so much water, so I wanted to say ‘너네꺼는 진짜 오래걸리겠다.’ How do you say that?
A: Yes. It’s used in casual conversation. In US English, it is used in a informal way. You will usually not see/use it in UK English. Hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? labs
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lab
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Other questions about "Lab"

Q: When should I come to your lab? I would like to greet you when you have time. does this sound natural?
A: To be even more polite/formal, you could say
“When would be a good to to come to you lab? I would really like to greet you properly when you are available.
Q: I’d like to notify you that my lab have been done. The phone number of lab is *****. Thanks. does this sound natural?
A: Very close! A more natural way to write “Thanks.” would be “Thank you.” It would sound a lot smoother and kinder.
Q: I work as a lab's assistant in a air freshener manufacturer . does this sound natural?
A: It's a pretty good sentence. I would typically just say lab assistant (the job is "assistant" and the "lab" just describes the context/setting). Also, use "an" in front of a vowel word like "an air", rather than "a air".
Q: Can we borrow one from other labs, or have to buy one ourselves? does this sound natural?
A: Can we borrow one from other labs, or do we have to buy one ourselves? does this sound natural?
Q: while working in the lab, researchers should follow the procedures strictly for (????) test results.
rely
reliably
reliable
relying
...... help me plz
and reason also~~
A: "Reliable" is an adjective that describes a noun (test results). "Rely" and "relying" are both verbs. "Reliably" is an adverb that describes an action.

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