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

The meaning of "Laboratory" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ‎If he had come to the laboratory, he would be a hero.
=As he didn`t come to the laboratory, he is not a hero.

Do these sentences gramatically make sense? mean?
A: Yes these sentences are grammatically correct. Second sentence is similar to the first one but two negative words are used in it which in turn make it a positive and doesn't change the meaning. Hence they both mean the same.
Q: What does I’m moving because I’m being reassigned to the laboratory at the hospital’s downtown location. mean?
A: It's REASSIGN, not RESIGN
REASSIGN means you have been assigned elsewhere; your assignment or position has changed.

Here's how they sound different:
Q: What does routine laboratory in field applications mean?
A: Are you sure it isn't "routine laboratory and field applications"? That would meant that the "thing" is applicable/can be used either routinely in a controlled environment like a laboratory or out in the field where conditions won't be as predictable.

Example sentences using "Laboratory"

Q: Please show me example sentences with laboratory.
A: Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones was called "the human laboratory" thanks to his heavy drug use.
Q: Please show me example sentences with laboratory.
A: The scientists mix chemicals in a laboratory.
A laboratory is where medication is made.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lab/ laboratory.
A: I'm super excited today,because we're using the laboratory for our experiment.

Synonyms of "Laboratory" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If he had come to the laboratory, he would be a hero.
(=As he didn`t come to the laboratory, he is not a hero.) and 'If he should come to the laboratory, he would be a hero. ' ?
A: If he should come to the laboratory, he would be a hero. = He MAY OR MAY NOT come to the laboratory... BUT... IF he does come to the laboratory THEN he will be a hero.
Q: What is the difference between If he had come to the laboratory, he would be a hero.
(=As he didn`t come to the laboratory, he is not a hero.) and 'If he should come to the laboratory, he would be a hero. ' ?
A: The first one means he had an opportunity to come to the laboratory sometime in the past but didn’t come, so he is not a hero. If he had come in the past, he would be a hero now.

The second one means that if he ever comes to the laboratory in the future, he will be a hero. He may never come to the laboratory, but if he ever did come someday (in the future), he would be a hero.
Q: What is the difference between laboratory and institute ?
A: Laboratory is like a science lab or a place where you do experiments.
It’s also a less commonly used work for ‘bathroom’

Institute is like a college or university.

“He goes to a very prestigious institute.”
“We developed medicine in the laboratory.”

Translations of "Laboratory"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? laboratory, absolutely and liberty
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laboratory
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laboratory
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laboratory
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laboratory
A: Slowly: La - bore - ah - tore - ee

When saying it quickly, it sounds like "la - brah - tore - ee".

Other questions about "Laboratory"

Q: Here is my laboratory, but no one is there. does this sound natural?
A: This is my laboratory, but no one is there. Lol...
Q: which one is correct and why?
In every forensic laboratory there should be ..... with the basic training to make sense of botanical.
a)anyone
b)someone
A: someone is correct because you are stating an opinion. If you were asking a question "anyone" would be more appropriate. ex. "Is there anyone in this laboratory that has experience in botanical sciences?"
Q: I've been working at 6 laboratories and Blood Management Service of The Red Cross for 3 years as a work-study student. does this sound natural?
A: if you no longer are with them make your sentences to past tense.
ex. i have worked at the Korean Red Cross Blood Service for 3 years.

or you can just simply say

I have been with the Korean Read Cross Blood Services in the last 3 years. 😉
Q: He is sure to be at the laboratory.
He is sure to be in the laboratory.
which sentence is right?
A: If he is going inside of the laboratory than you would use 'in'. However, you could use 'at' if he was going inside or outside of the laboratory.
Q: she was once locked in the laboratory for performing scientific experiment till midnight.Because of this,she's considering moving out from dormitory. does this sound natural?
A: +...+ 加这些词
X...X 删除这些词
"She* was once +accidentally+ locked in the laboratory XforX +because she was+ performing +a+ scientific experiment till midnight. Because of this, she's considering moving out from +the+ dormitory."

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