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

The meaning of "Mars" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does be born on Mars mean?
A: 火星に生まれた
Q: What does Mars might be a little far away, for remote construction, though, even if a 3D print could be sent there. mean?
A: Person A: “I’m thinking of doing a remote construction on Mars. What do you think?”

Person B: “Mars might be a little far away for remote construction, even if a 3D print could be sent there.”

Mars might be a little far away for remote construction though.”

I don’t believe you can use “though” and “even” together in the sentence you provided.
Q: What does The Mars One foundation announced Tuesday that it has secured lead suppliers for an unmanned mission launching in 2018 mean?
A: @Ri-na 意味は。。。

The Mars One foundation announced Tuesday
that it has secured = it has selected and agreed
lead suppliers = the main contractors who will deliver the systems
for an unmanned mission launching in 2018

This "lead" means 先頭.

Example sentences using "Mars"

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Synonyms of "Mars" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Mars is the second closest planet to the Sun. and Mars is the second close planet to the Sun. ?
A: 'Closest' means 'the most close' so the 'second closest' is 'the second most close'
closest gives the relationship between the two things.

the second sounds like you are saying mars is the second 'close planet' like it is a group or a proper name.
For example
- He is the second 'blue person' in the room.
This isn't bluest because we aren't comparing their colors, this sentence makes a group of ' blue people', like a team, and helps you find one of them.
Please ask if I confused you

Translations of "Mars"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mars
A: Just Mars
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mars
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Other questions about "Mars"

Q: The actual Mars looked better than I saw it in movies or books. It was amazing to see planets outside of Earth in person. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "The actual Mars looked better than in movies I saw or books I read. It was amazing to see planets other than Earth in person."
Q: What does "that of Mars right" (3rd paragraph) mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>.
The advanced technology Boris and his Martian pals supposedly had at their elongated fingertips allowed them to travel through the universe, and even through time. However, it was also this very technology that led them to eradicate their own race in a nuclear conflict that not even the brightest Martian minds could prevent.

Reiterating what he said when he was seven-years-old, sharing his account of events to a group of campers, Boris explained that nuclear warfare many years ago on Mars was what led to their ultimate destruction. This story was not told without reason. It was delivered as a warning to the adults of Earth.

According to Boris, those Martians who survived the catastrophic events and post-nuclear fallout were concerned about the attitudes they were witnessing on their neighboring planet, Earth. Present day Earthly development reflects, according to Boris, that of Mars right before its downfall.

This correlation in our paths has led Martian survivors to believe that a similar fate surely awaits our planet. With the shadow of nuclear war looming and we Earthlings none the wiser, Boris came to the planet to issue us a warning, before the event horizon is passed and it’s simply too late.
A: “right before” means “just before”.

“He made it to class right before the bell rang”.

According to Boris, present day earth developments (developments of events on earth) are similar to those which happened on Mars just before its downfall.
Q: Mars is written as 火星 in Japanese. This characters have meaning as fire and planet (so literally means “planet of fire”). Does “mars” have meaning of fire or high temperature?
A: Hi 👋

In Roman mythology ‘Mars’ is the god of war

Q: If we were able to go to Mars, could we be alive there?
Are there anything to eat or drink? Sometimes I think about something like philosophy.It would be endless if the topic is this kind of thing.Haha Does this sound natural?
A: Correct grammar and very understandable! Your writing is getting much better.

However, the way you worded the sentences wasn't completely natural.

If we were able to go to Mars, could we live there? ("Be alive there" is still natural but "live there" is shorter). Would there be anythere to eat or drink? Sometimes I think about things like philosophy. It would be endless if the topic is this kind of thing.
Q: I'll say hello to you from Mars someday!! XD Does this sound natural?
A: いいです!

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