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

The meaning of "Lamb" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The lamb is on the run mean?
A: Is this from Adam Levine song ‘Lost Stars’?
Q: What does in two shakes of a lamb tail mean?
A: it means "soon", but it's also very very corny and old-timey and something your grandma might say
Q: What does I have located the lamb sauce. mean?
A: that thing made you happy
Q: What does I'm going on the lamb. mean?
A: Like you're hiding from the police basically

Example sentences using "Lamb"

Q: Please show me example sentences with like a lamb to the slaughter.
A: I am guessing this is from the book Wonder :)

This is not a common phrase in English.
Here it means that the person feels helpless, has no control, powerless in the situation, knows something bad a going to happen.


Example:
Like a lamb to the slaughter, the boy was trapped in the dangerous situation.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lamb.
A: uh what sentence about lambs
phrases like Lamb to the slaughter

Synonyms of "Lamb" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between We had a lamb and we had lamb ?
A: we had lamb mean you have 動物はペットです and we had lamb means 肉を食べます is my japanese grammar correct?
Q: What is the difference between lambs and sheep ?
A: "Sheep" is a word that comes from Old English. Old English words have different plural forms than Modern English.

For example, "sheep" was originally "scep", and its plural was "scepu". As the language changed, people slowly stopped using the -u, so now "sheep" is both singular and plural.
Q: What is the difference between lamb meat and mutton ?
A: Lamb and mutton both refer to sheep meat, they are just different names for how old the sheep is.

Lamb is the meat of a sheep that is a year old.

Mutton is the meat of an aged adult sheep.
Q: What is the difference between lamb and lamp ?
A: a lamb is an animal like a sheep and a lamp is light

the lamb is making noise
the lamp is shining brightly

Translations of "Lamb"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lamb
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lamb
A: a goat kid. called lab
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lamb
lamb
A: Pronouncing the b is kind of optional, as some do and some don't.

Other questions about "Lamb"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce A lamb was grazing with a flock of sheep one day. She soon found some sweet grass at the edge of the field. Farther and farther she went away from the others.
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Q: I didn't realize that I love some lamb until I ate one. does this sound natural?
A: I didn't realize that I love lamb until I ate some.
Q: 1. lamb(animals) means little sheep right?
2. lamb(meat) means goat's meat?
A: Lamb meat is still sheep meat, if your eating lamb you are eating a sheep.
Q: I prefer not to eat lamb because It has a strong smell and it is oily. To be honest, I can't get the reason why Australian people like it does this sound natural?
A: It does sound ok.. I think it would sound better as follows;

'I prefer not to eat lamb because it has a strong smell and is oily. To be honest, I don't understand why so many Australian people like it/I don't understand why Australian people like it so much.'
Q: Lamb was eaten 150 grams,while much less fish was consumed (just over 50 grams)

And....I don't understand the "much less"...could it change to "fish consumed was much less than lamb(just over 50 grams)? does this sound natural?
A: ”Lamb was eaten 150g" means
"150g of lamb was eaten"
(while)
"Much less fish was consumed (just over 50g)" means
"Much less fish was eaten (compared to lamb)."
"Just over 50g of fish was eaten"

If you wanted to say "fish consumed was much less than lamb (just over 50 grams)?" you could say
"The amount of fish consumed was much less than lamb, at just over 50g"

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