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

The meaning of "Ladder" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Ascending the shaky ladder to the scaffold, More addressed the executioner. mean?
A: It means that More, the person who is about to be executed, is climbing the ladder to the gallows, and he addresses the executioner, Which means he's saying something to him.
Q: What does he's down on the ladder compared all these other players mean?
A: He's ranked lower than the other players. He has less status.
Q: What does The ladder is casting shadows. mean?
A: Do you know what a shadow looks like? That’s what it means so the ladder is casting the shadow. It’s reflecting on the ground from the sun.
Q: What does corporate ladder mean?
A: It means like starting off as a secretary then getting promoted to assistant manager then manager to CEO. Promotions within a corporation or company.

Example sentences using "Ladder"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ladder
.
A: I climbed up the ladder.

My dad fell off of the ladder while he was taking down Christmas decorations.

The ladder to the attic wasn’t sturdy enough to climb up.

It is bad luck to walk underneath a ladder. (This is a Superstition and very common expression)
Q: Please show me example sentences with ladder.
A:
- He climbed up the roof with a ladder.
- Walking under a ladder is believed to bring bad luck.
- The fireman used a ladder to help save the cat stuck on the tree.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with ladder.
A: I'm climbing the ladder.

Get the ladder.

Where's the ladder?

Her tights were starting to ladder.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ladder.
A: "he is going up the ladder of success". " the ladder is leaning against the house". first example is figuratively. second example is literal.

Synonyms of "Ladder" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ladders and stairs ?
A: A ladder is something you climb with your hands and feet. A firefighter would climb up a ladder to save a cat in a tree. You walk up stairs to get between floors.
Q: What is the difference between ladder and stair ?
A: These are stairs.
Q: What is the difference between go up the ladder and get up the ladder ?
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Q: What is the difference between The ladder has been propped against the wall. and
The ladder is propped against the wall. ?
A: Some may say nothing, but I usually think the sentence with "has been" has a connotation of the ladder being propped against the wall for an extended period of time before you said that and the the sentence with "is propped against the wall" shows that it is currently but not necessarily long before you said that.
Q: What is the difference between ladder (pronunciation) and latter (pronunciation) ?

Translations of "Ladder"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I fell off the ladder.
I fell from the ladder.
what is the difference?
A: Nothing really. Except maybe, in my mind, "fell from the ladder" emphasis a little more that it was the ladder you fell off. Where as if you say "I fell off the ladder" the emphasis is on the fact that you fell
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I fell down from the ladder while I was picking oranges. Is this sentence correct?
A: I fell from the ladder when I was picking oranges.

or

I fell from a ladder when I was picking oranges.

Ouch!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ladder
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ladder
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Other questions about "Ladder"

Q: This ladder has a length of 5m when extended maximally and has a length of 1m when contracted maximally. Does this sound natural?
A: This ladder has a length of 5m when fully extended and 1m when fully retracted.

-OR-

This ladder can extend from 1m to 5m.
Q: Why can't I say "He felled off a ladder"? I know I should use fell, but it has happend in the past, so I will use felled because that's the past tense of fell.
A: English has regular verbs and irregular verbs. A "regular" verb means that it follows the usual pattern. An "irregular" verb means that it doesn't follow the usual pattern. "Fell" is an irregular verb.

An example of a regular verb is close, as in "I closed the door." Most verbs are regular and the follow the same pattern as close.
present tense: I close, he closes
past tense: closed

But fell is irregular.
present tense: I fall, he falls
past tense: fell (not "falled" or "felled")
Q: The ladder is leading to the attic or going to the attic ?! It's not safe for you to climb it up as it might be not stable. Correct me pls
A: The ladder leads to the attic. It's not safe for you to climb up because it might be unstable.

Let me know if you need an explanation.
Q: 1st = ladder
2nd = letter
I'm really confused with these words ! Does this sound natural?
A: Open up the a more in ladder.
Q: I inclined the ladder against the high shelf. Does this sound natural?
A: It would be best to say "I leaned the latter against the high shelf"

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