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

The meaning of "Merit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does individual merit mean?
A: Merit means worth. So a person's individual merit is their own worth without anyone else helping them or influencing them.
Q: What does full merit scholarship mean?
A: A scholarship that is not based on financial need, only based on academic merit.
So for example: a student who could afford to pay for college (therefore not qualifying for a need-based scholarship) could still qualify for a full-merit scholarship if the student had impressive academic qualifications.
Q: What does merit mean?
A: Heya :)

It can refer to something of high skill. Let me provide you with an example:

He is a pianist of outstanding merit.

Means: he is a very, very good pianist.
Q: What does Regarding other merits desirable, an ideal partner should know wifely arts, you know cooking, home decoration, etc. mean?
A: It means "something the reader or listener should be aware of".

"I saw that film today, you know..."

In your example, it means the reader will understand what the "wifely arts" are.

Example sentences using "Merit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with merit.
A: ”The results were interesting enough to merit further investigation.”
”The winners of this year's contest were people of outstanding merit.”
”Her performance was so spectator it merits recognition and applause.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with merit.
A: "Each referral will merit you a 25% discount." merit = earn (verb)
"Your comments have no merit in the discussion." merit = value (noun)
Q: Please show me example sentences with on its own merit.
A: that means that evidence just because it is positive it doesn't need to be questioned too much as it explains itself easily

Synonyms of "Merit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between merit and worth ?
A: Merit refers to recognition of success. Ex : Having studied English assiduously for the national exams, and passing with honors [success], he merits a badge of distinction. Worth refers to intrinsic value of an item or person. Ex : Robbing a bank is not worth [value] the harsh consequences that are inevitable. Merit always refers to a state of success. Worth does not. Worth refers to a state of value that may or may not be of success.
Q: What is the difference between merit and advantage ?
A: Benefit and advantage are close. The fact that you know English is of great benefit to you. Benefits in casual talk also means social benefits of welfare state, "He has lived on benefits for years".
Q: What is the difference between merit and benefit ?
A: "Benefit" is used more.

I benefit from using that cream. I benefit from using this shampoo. How do you benefit from watching TV?
Q: What is the difference between merit and worth and deserve ?
A: they're synonymous, they both mean "deserving attention". I feel like I would use merit for ideas and use worth for people and things.

"Mary's hypothesis has merit."
"there's some merit to that idea."

"This book is worth reading."
"You have worth as a person."

Translations of "Merit"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? merit biwi ke aage meri bolti bandh ho jaati hai
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? merit beti ka naam videhi h
A: My daughter's name is Videhi
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? merit mano to hme pizza gher PR hi order kr Lena chahiye
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? . We might be able to describe merits and demerits of one's own Government? In essay writings.
A: That isn't really a phrase that makes sense.

You could try: 'I would like to discuss the positive and negative aspects of the current government', or perhaps: 'There are various aspects of the government with which I / we disagree, and will go on to discuss them in this essay'.

Both sound quite forced, but do make sense.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? merit
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Other questions about "Merit"

Q: The merit of short stories is the shortness. I can’t hardly say anything else. It’s simple but important. does this sound natural?
A: The merit of short stories is the shortness. I can’t say anything else. It’s simple but important.
Q: What does "accumulate their merit" mean?

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Ming Xia, a political-science professor at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York, said the Epoch Times has a staff made up largely of part-time employees and volunteers who also maintain other jobs.

“They support the Falun Gong because they are Falun Gong practitioners,” Xia said. “It’s a way to accumulate their merit. They are not professional journalists and they do not follow the protocols professional journalists abide by. That’s how they can be very pushy and aggressive.”

After the spiritual group organized a series of mass demonstrations that challenged Beijing’s authority in the late 1990s, China outlawed the movement, calling it a harmful cult, and waged a massive crackdown against its membership, said to number in the millions.
A: Good Morning Monica,

When I hear the word Merit, I think of praise like a trophy. It's not a common word but it is heard once in a while. Wow, that's great, that deserves a merit. So without looking this up I think this means that this staff of volunteers and part-time employees are doing something positive in this Falun Gong. So positive that accumulatively they are bringing praise or merit to their actions. Accumulate their merit, garner multiple praises or bring much praise worthy attention to their cause.
Q: When it comes to my merits and faults, my weakness is that I usually take too much time before making any decision. on the other hands, once I make a decision, I don't look back but push for what I have decided.
I think this point is suitable to my job. does this sound natural?
A: "When it comes to my strengths and weaknesses, my weakness is that I usually take too much time before making a decision. However, once I make a decision I don't look back and push for what I have decided."
Q: ​​I do not think the merits people gain from becoming famous are enough to justify the demerits brought by it. Even if fame can provide people with material enjoyment, the inconvenience and negative effects it results in, such as the exposure of their personal life and family members, have made its benefits pale into insignificant. does this sound natural? does this sound natural?
A: Everything sounded great until the last part.
Perhaps you were going for
"-have made its benefits stray into insignificance."
Or
"-have made its benefits pale in comparison."
But once again great job!
Almost sounds natural!
Q: You don't have to rush (hurry up)since there is no merit in hurring up.

Thank you so much, then what's the alternative word? does this sound natural?
A: Native speakers generally wouldn't use 'merit', however it is used correctly and is understandable!

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