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

The meaning of "Landmark" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does landmark mean?
A: It's like a well known location or a spot or structure that is historically important
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Q: What does landmark international climate change deal mean?
A: Landmark is something of significance or importance

Deal is an agreement

Climate change is anything that impacts the climate to make it better or worse

This mean an important international agreement was made, probably between many countries to make changes in order to improve the climate.
Q: What does a legal landmark mean?
A: It's a very important, sometimes historical, legal decision. It is usually well known.
Q: What does landmark mean?
A: It's a physical reference point. If you're giving directions to someone you might use certain places to direct from if you don't know the street names. It can also mean an iconic thing for a place, the Statue of Liberty would be considered a landmark for New York. Hope this helps!

Example sentences using "Landmark"

Q: Please show me example sentences with landmark.
A: Landmark is a historical place in a city.
The Big Ben clock in London is a landmark.
Gettysburg cemetery is a historical landmark.
Pizza Tower is a beautiful landmark!

Synonyms of "Landmark" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between landmark and sightseeing ?
A: sightseeing is a verb that refers to tourism and a landmark is an easily recognizable structure/physical feature that people use as a reference point
Q: What is the difference between landmark and landscape ?
A: Good question. A landmark is specific spot, or point remembering something.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/landmark

A landscape is a scene, say rolling hills covered in lavender or flowers.
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/landscape
Q: What is the difference between "a landmark" and "a sight" and "a point of interest" ?
A: A landmark in the context of tourism or location is usually a large geological feature or structure that would be seen on a map or from a distance. A landmark could be used to reference where you are located.

A sight, in the context of tourism, is usually somewhere or something with striking visual imagery or something noteworthy to see.

A point of interest is a location where one may see sights or investigate activities available at the location.

Example:

The large history museum is a well known landmark of the town as it stands 200 feet tall.

There are many sights to see at the museum.

There are several points of interest on your way to the museum.

Q: What is the difference between landmark and milestone ?
A: A "landmark" is a structure (building, park, etc.) that is recognizable in a city. For example, "The TransAmerica building is a landmark in San Francisco."

A "milestone" is an important achievement. For example, "Winning an Oscar 'Best Actor' award was a milestone in his career."

Other questions about "Landmark"

Q: The main landmark in Toronto. does this sound natural?
A: oh ok. It works fine as a title.
Q: It is hard to preserve natural landmarks because people throw way their trash like an empty cans or bottle on the site.
does this sound natural?
A: That is very close you would say

It is hard to preserve natural landmarks because people throw AWAY (not way) their trash like an empty CAN (not cans) or bottle on the site
Very good try just keep praticing and you will get it in no time
Q: It wasn't until I visited the landmark the other day that I noticed there would be so much more people from foreign countries than I had thought. does this sound natural?
A: "It wasn't until I visited the landmark the other day that I noticed there were more foreigners than I thought there would be." = more natural

I hope this helps. :)
Q: Can landmark mean tourist site?

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