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

The meaning of "Lake" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does We cantered off toward the lake. mean?
A: Hi! This is usually used for the movement of horses. It's like a slow gallop, if that makes sense. Hope that helps
Q: What does lake of agreement across individuals and the greater role played by personal experience advocate for placing it. mean?
A: Great explanation and example!! I own you a drink!!!!!
Q: What does many lakes are found at the foot of the hill mean?
A: @bull: The lakes are near of the mountain.
Q: What does take a lake mean?
A: "Take a leak" means to go to the restroom

Example sentences using "Lake"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lake,beach and river.
A: 1. Let’s fish in the lake
2. Do you want to go to the beach?
3. The river is cold
Q: Please show me example sentences with lake.
A: "People are not allowed to swim in the lake"

"This lake is dirty"

"The lake is frozen"
Q: Please show me example sentences with lake .
A: She thinks the Lake of Souls cracked the same way the sky did," Cora said in excitement.

The bottom of the lake glowed with souls.

The Lake of Souls in her underworld was always still.

Synonyms of "Lake" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Across the lake he goes! and He goes across the lake! ?
A: it depends on the former context.

Ex:
Thus, across the bridge we go... = old-fashioned (it uses older language before it)
Okay then, across the bridge we go! = excitement/joy (usually uses modern context)
Q: What is the difference between Lake Baikal is the deepest of all the lakes in the world. and Lake Baikal is the deepest of all lakes in the world. ?
A: there is no big difference in the meaning but it would be more natural to say "Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world" or "Lake Baikal is deeper than any other lake in the world"
Q: What is the difference between lake and pond ?
A: A pond is usually small
Q: What is the difference between I was on the lake and I was at the lake ?
A: If you were on the lake then you're actually on the water in a boat for example
At the lake means you were around the lake
Q: What is the difference between lake and lagon ?
A: A Lagoon is a body of water that is formed near the coast. It is shallow and has a small link with sea or the ocean.

A Lake is a still body of water that is surrounded by land from all sides, except a side where it is fed by a river or stream.

Translations of "Lake"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? отдых на природе (like you are going to rest in your lake house, for example).
I want to focus on the fact that I'm going to nature. may be you have some nice term for this.
A: I would say "spend time in nature", although it isn't a direct translation I think it conveys the meaning.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎ここにはかつて池があった。There uesed to be a lake.
A: 1.)There used to be a lake here. 2.)There used to be a lake there. The sentence needs completion.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I lake watching NBA on TV. I sometimes watch NBA games on TV at morning. When I can't watch the games I check the winners of the games on the internet. Is this correct?
A: I like watching NBA on TV. I sometimes watch NBA games on TV in the morning. When I can't watch the games, I check out the winners of the games on the internet.

Hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lake
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? It's a the high largest lake/ the highest large lake in the world.
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Other questions about "Lake"

Q: This lake is 240 kilometers around.

この湖は周囲240キロメートルあります。 Does this sound natural?
A: well then your sentence is perfect! you are quite good at English 👍🏼
Q: "Maybe we go to a lake that I found" Does this sound natural?
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Q: we fly over lakes many times
Does this sound natural?
A: Instead say, "We have flown over lakes many times.
Q: There seems to have really nice lake where you live Does this sound natural?
A: They seem to have a really nice lake.

They seem to have a really nice view.

They seem to have a really nice skate park.

They seem to have really nice trousers.

They seem to have spectacular scaly armadillos.

There are two ways to fix the original sentence one is to retain "have" (which needs "they"). The other is to change "have" to "be" (which fits with "there").

I'm offering the "they seem to have ..." option. It is perfectly normal where I live.
Q: That lake has been freezing all over for a while Does this sound natural?
A: The lake has been frozen over for awhile.

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