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

The meaning of "Locust" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does locusts mean?
A: A locust is a type of bug or insect. It looks like a grasshopper or a cricket.

Example sentences using "Locust"

Q: Please show me example sentences with locusts .
A: A locust is a species so I don't really know how to use it in a sentence other than "The locust had jumped over my leg" or something like that.

Synonyms of "Locust" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between locust and grasshopper ?
A: In England a grasshopper is a fairly small insect, normally green. They have long legs and jump through long grass. They also have very long antennae. They can fly and have tiny red eyes.

We don't have native locusts. A locust is a similar shape but much bigger, fatter and brown. As the others have said locusts swarm and are a pest in foreign countries.
Q: What is the difference between locust and grasshopper ?
A: A grasshopper is a common term for any type of grasshopper.
A locust is a specific type of grasshopper.

Other questions about "Locust"

Q: A: I tried locust boiled in soy sauce when I went to Japan.
B: Wow! That's off the beaten track! Does this sound natural?
A: Thank you, Maddie and Shin! I appreciate your answers! :)

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