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

The meaning of "Map" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does All over the map in the sentence 'The flavors in vaping liquids are really all over the map.' mean?
A: It means ‘they are everywhere’. It’s another way to say everywhere
Q: What does expand the map mean?
A: to show the map with larger distance as it will be easier to read :)
Q: What does "she is all over the map." mean?
A: In that context it sounds as though it means she "can't keep her story straight". So they think she is lying because her stories contradict themselves.
Q: What does providing the map data will have on the domestic industry."have on"??? mean?
A: Is that the complete sentence? Sounds akward.
Q: What does my map was backwards mean?
A: it means it wasn't in the right position

like for example upside down
Africa up and Canada down

Example sentences using "Map"

Q: Please show me example sentences with map out.
A:

Since we are leaving for the Grand Canyon next week, let’s map out how we want to go.

We are planning a trip to several countries in Europe this summer. It’s important that we map out where we are going and what we’re going to do.

Q: Please show me example sentences with map out.
A: Okay we are going to map out the cave. This project may take a year but we won’t stop till we have every inch of that cave on a map.
Q: Please show me example sentences with maps.
A: Where did you put the maps? I need them for my trip to Dublin.

Why isn't the island on the map?
Q: Please show me example sentences with map out.
A: If we map out how to get there ahead of time, we won't get lost.

The group agreed to map out their plan before jumping in.

The author would map out the genealogy of his fictional world as he wrote.

Synonyms of "Map" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Why don't we make a map? and How about making a map? ?
A: Yes, they’re almost the same, but the first one might sound rude or demanding if you say it in an aggressive tone (as in like “Why not, huh?! Tell me!” 😠😤)

The second one sounds a little bit more like a polite suggestion because of “How about...”

Q: What is the difference between map out and plan out and plan ?
A: They could be used in same situations but here is an example.
“We mapped out a plan on how to get the job!”
“We mapped out the exact location as to where they will be tmr.”
I would use map when I physically have written it down and plan when there’s a chance I have written it out but had thought about what to do, I believe there isn’t much difference but must people use plan.
Q: What is the difference between #1 A map book and #2 Atlas ?
A: Atlas is a noun that means a map book. But Atlas contains more information (I think?) not only the map itself but also details of the countries.

A map book also contains the map of a country/place but Atlas is a more specific term.

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between ...in this map and ...on this map ?
A: you should say "on this map" because a map is a 2D object that has no inside
Q: What is the difference between to map out and to plan and to make schedule ?
A: To map out is to literally make travel plans on a map, example: Let's may out where we want to go this weekend. To plan could be to plan a wedding, a trip, a dinner, example, what are you planning on making for dinner? To make a schedule is something you normally write on a calendar or paper or an I phone ext. Example, I am writing my schedule for the week

Translations of "Map"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This is map is that pyramid as ou see you had to go up and down inside as I tell you.(read the paragraph below)
A: This is a map of the inside of the pyramid and as you can see, you have to go up and down inside it, as I told you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is "map out" meaning?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? there is no we are here sign on this map
A: It's usually a "You are here" sign.

There is no "You are here" sign on this map.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He pointed to the map on the wall.
A: Perfect sentence. Example, He pointed to the map on the wall to show us where India is.

Other questions about "Map"

Q: The map was left on the locker which was very old. does this sound natural?
A: The map was left on the locker, which was very old.

since "which was very old" is information that isn't essential for the sentence(aka a non defining clause) , a comma must be placed in between the two sentences
Q: The first map represents where the risk of malaria is found around the world, the second one represents an in-car GPS navigation which is used to get to a desired destination, and the last one shows transport lines such as busses and trains. does this sound natural?
A: You could say both parts: it is a map showing where malaria is present and absent...

The third one you could say "public transport".
Q: I think I'm lost, do you have a map? does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: On this map, the right side represents a direction toward Washington, D.C. whereas the left side represents a direction toward New York City. does this sound natural?
A: you have your left and right mixed up. that's all.

new York is on the left and Washington D. C. is on the right. everything else is perfect though
Q: It will be better if we can make a map. does this sound natural?
A: @nozomic: It would be better to make a map. It will be better for us to make a map. It will be better if we make a map. All of these sounds good.

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