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

The meaning of "Loop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does loop mean?
A: it can mean a circular motion on a string-item or something on repeat. (Example:
1) You loop your shoelaces.
2) I put the BTS music video on loop)
Q: What does in the loop mean?
A: @Astrrrid Yes, it basically means the same thing.
Q: What does to knock a loop mean?
A: To knock FOR a loop means to be 1) literally to hit with great force, 2) to be a great surprise or have emotional impact.
In the final round of the boxing match, the champion knocked his opponent for a loop.
When Tom said that he loved me, it knocked me for a loop.
The story knocked me for a loop when I read it in the paper.
Q: What does i am on the loop mean?
A: I have never hear "on the loop" used, but "in the loop" is common. :)

"In the loop" means that you're informed/updated/have knowledge of things that are happening.
For example:
"I don't know what is happening, but Lucy is in the loop. She can tell you."
"Keep me in the loop with any plans."
Q: What does keep in the loop mean?
A: To keep someone informed, let them know what's going on

Example sentences using "Loop"

Q: Please show me example sentences with loop.
A: You need to loop the rope to make a knot.
I hope we get a freeway loop like this one. (See picture)

http://atomictoasters.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/freeway-loop.jpg

Q: Please show me example sentences with loop around .
A: "The path loops around the lake."
"I missed my turn so I had to loop around the block."
Q: Please show me example sentences with on a loop.
A: It means "over and over again"

She loves the song so much she plays it on a loop.
Q: Please show me example sentences with loop.
A: It's like goofy. I went to a party last night, I was still kind of loopy after the party. Anyone who has a brief period of insanity!
Q: Please show me example sentences with in loops.
A: Do you mean to use the phrase "in loops" in different ways?

Synonyms of "Loop" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between loop and noose ?
A: A noose is a very specific kind of loop on the end of a rope. A loop can be anything round that "joins up with itself".
Q: What is the difference between in the loop and on the same page ?
A: In the loop means you are included in the conversion or awareness of something. On the same page means that you are in general agreement, at the least.
Q: What is the difference between on loop and on repeat ?
A: You can say "the music is repeating , but it sounds odd (to me) to say "the music is looping"

Translations of "Loop"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loop
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loop
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does mean to be out of the loop?
A: It means you don't know what is happening or going on

Other questions about "Loop"

Q: I got thrown off when I heard it.
I got baffled when I heard it.
I got thrown for a loop when I heard it.

is there any subtle difference in meaning?
A: they are slightly different because baffled is confused or puzzled. It’s mainly used with a negative situation. But for the other two they don’t have to mean confused/baffled/ perplexed. They can be used for good things or bad things, but baffled is like confused.


And no perplexed is normally used for when someone is confused. Perplexed can mean puzzled, confused, baffled
Q: Which one would you encourage me to use?

1) Please, keep me informed.
2) Please, keep me posted.
3) Please, keep me in the loop.
A: 1) Please, keep me informed. = Use for business or formal applications.
2) Please, keep me posted. = business or formal
3) Please, keep me in the loop. = business or casual
Q: Which one would you encourage me to use?

1) Please, keep me informed.
2) Please, keep me posted.
3) Please, keep me in the loop.
A: use 1 if the conversation is professional, and use 2 or 3 if you are having casual conversation
Q: Please show me how to pronounce loop / roof.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I'm totally not in the loop what are you talking about does this sound natural?
A: "I'm totally out of the loop, what are you talking about" sounds more natural
or "I'm totally lost, what are you talking about"

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