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

The meaning of "Mayor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does mayor mean?
Q: What does mayor mean?
A: every city has a leader and that is called the mayor he's kind of like a mini president
Q: What does It would seem you've arrived.

(the new mayor wants to see the bunny,Judy. She wonders why, the Chief answers like that)

thank you. mean?
A: It could mean you've arrived at a greater importance. Like saying she's arrived on the Mayor's radar, she's now important. In this case though, I beleive he's being condescending and sarcastic, almost mocking her.
Q: What does The mayor stated that the new train service should 'make travel between the two cities more affordable'. mean?
A: This means that they mayor should lower the costs of traveling between the two cities.

Example sentences using "Mayor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The mayor ''aims for'' prospering the city..
A: aims for = goal is
prospering the city = improving the city
'the mayor's goal is prospering/improving the city'

Synonyms of "Mayor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between he was appointed mayor of the city. and he was an appointed mayor of the city. ?
A: He was appointed mayor of the city. - this sentence is used to describe an action (The mayor being appointed)

He was an appointed mayor of the city.- this sentence is used to describe the mayor (The fact that he was appointed)
Q: What is the difference between I want to be A mayor of a small city. and I want to be THE mayor of a small city. ?
A: "I want to be a mayor of a small city" Implies there are many mayors of small cities and you wish to be one of them.

"I want to be the mayor of a small city" is basically just stating a fact.
Q: What is the difference between an acting mayor and a deputy mayor ?
A: An acting mayor is a temporary mayor, deputy mayor is the position under the mayor
Q: What is the difference between mayor and major ?
A: mayor = alcalde
major = grande, más importante
This is a major problem!

Bloomberg is the mayor of NYC.

The major reason that he became mayor is that he received lots of votes.

Translations of "Mayor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A mayor profundidad
A: Maybe “At a greater depth/on a deeper level”
-A couple should really know each other on a deeper level before they commit to marriage.
-I studied the subject because I wanted to understand it on a deeper level.

Is this something like what you mean?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mayor
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mayor de edad
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mayor de edad
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mayor, superior
A: Hope this helps!

Other questions about "Mayor"

Q: The former mayor, Mr. Park, should have given a speech addressing that he didn't commit a sexual harassment. Does this sound natural?
A: × The former mayor, Mr. Park, should have given a speech addressing that he didn't commit a sexual harassment.
✓ The former mayor [First name] Park should have held a conference denying his involvement in the sexual harassment.

Q: "If you were a mayor of Seoul, what do you want to make?" Does this sound natural?
A: "If you were the mayor of Seoul, what would you want to do?"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce mayor.
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Q: The mayor is planning to make the spot of the accident into the resort place. Does this sound natural?
A: The mayor is planning to make the site of the accident into a resort.
Q: 1.The mayor spoke highly of the bold man who devised a scheme for rescuing the hostages on his own.
2. Anyone who diffuses false messages at random will be committed to jail.
3. There is no precedent that primary students are permitted to integrate into this organization. Does this sound natural?
A: "spread false messages at random" would be better.

We wouldn't say "diffusing messages". Diffusion is used for things such as light or gas and has the sense of diluting. Messages would be spread or broadcast.

You can say "commit to jail" but it is more formal and a bit old-fashioned. People are normally sent to jail or locked up.

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