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

The meaning of "Limb" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I go out on a limb mean?
A: To go out on a limb is to venture into a risky situation.
Example:
Saying something that might be true but is unproven
Doing something risky that could injure you if it is not successful (you could lose money or lose friends)
—In order to discover a coronavirus vaccine, researchers must go out on a limb to try new theories, and risk failure.
Q: What does losing a limb(Please look at the picture) mean?
A: Yes, she is saying she is so bad at it that she might lose her arm or leg (these are your "limbs" - your hand isn't a limb).
Q: What does we’ll just go on a limb mean?
A: It means that you are going to say something that may not be popular. To go out on a limb is a reference to a tree. You are going to step out on the tree branch and say something crazy. That's a rough one to explain. Hope that helps!
Q: What does I'm going to go out on a limb mean?
A: It's when you tell an opinion or do something very different than most other people.
Q: What does I am sound in every limb mean?
A: sound 是健全,可靠的意思。limb是肢的意思。


所以"I am sound in every limb" 就是『我的身體好健康』還有幸福的connotation, 有點"poetic, 詩意"的說法

Example sentences using "Limb"

Q: Please show me example sentences with limb.
A: Oh no, the tree limb is going to break!

“Out on a limb” means in trouble.
Jim left me “out on a limb
Q: Please show me example sentences with limb.
A: The tree’s limbs were cut short this spring.

Humans have 4 limbs. 2 arms, and 2 legs.

Amputees often experience a phenomenon called “phantom limb,” in which they believe they are able to feel their missing limb.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sore limb.
A: I just had my training for the swimming competition. I have a sore back and limb.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sore limbs.
A: It should be: I got sore limbs after having completed the marathon.
Q: Please show me example sentences with limb, edge, verge.
A: There is a cat on the limb of that tree.

My uncle only has 3 limbs. He lost his left leg in the war.

I went out on a limb hiring Gary. I hope he does a good job and I don't regret it.

I was on the edge of my seat. The movie was very exciting.

You must sharpen your blades well so they have a good edge.

I was on edge today after I heard the bad news.

I was on the verge of crying at school today.

The scientist was on the verge of a breakthrough.

Synonyms of "Limb" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between limb and branch ?
A: with a tree
both are ok but limb is much bigger and thicker
this tree has three limbs and fifty branches

with a person
only limb
he lost all his limbs in an accident

with a company
only branch
microsoft has branches in every city in the world
Q: What is the difference between A) limbs and B) arms ?
A: Limbs라는 단어는 팔과 다리의 뜻이 있는데 arms라는 단어는 팔만의 뜻이 있어요.
Q: What is the difference between limb and member ?
A: Member = socio, diputado, miembro, extremidad
limb = extremidad, rama, miembro
Q: What is the difference between limb and extremity ?
A: They are the same

Translations of "Limb"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? limb
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? limb
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Tear from limb to limb
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Other questions about "Limb"

Q: ‎"These limbs often hit power lines, cutting power and sometimes heat to homes and businesses."

In this sentence, are "power" and "heat" objects of the participle, "cutting"?

So does this sentence means that homes and businesses can't use power and even heating system because of the limbs hitting power lines? If it's not, then what does this sentence mean?
A: Yeah, that's exactly what it means.
Q: Can "go out on a limb for someone " replace "bend over backward for someone"?
A: No I wouldn’t do that.

Going out on a limb for someone is doing something for someone that might carry a risk. “I recommended you to my boss. I’m going out on a limb for you so don’t mess it up!”

Bending over backwards for someone is doing a lot for them, sometimes too much. “I do everything for you! I bend over backwards for you and you don’t even say thank you.”

I think going out on a limb is less emotional than saying bend over backwards.
Q: "out on a limb" means "take a risk"
then what does limb mean in this sentence?
A: I think it's referring to a tree limb/branch. Like taking a risk by climbing a tree and going out on the branches.
Q: is "go out on a limb" a formal expression?
A: No it's sort of informal
Q: What does "limbs" in 37 mean?
A: Having fewer than the standard number of limbs will apparently get you a discount.

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