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

The meaning of "Method" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The method is cheating mean?
Q: What does the only satisfactory method of determining the question is by appealing to the Scriptures mean?
A: The meaning is: to find answers/truth, you should look to the scriptures (the bible).

(1) finding an answer

*Determine - figure something out

(2)to look to the bible for answers

*Scriptures are holy/sacred writings of a religion.
*Appealing - interesting(interest/attention)
Q: What does This method strives to stay as to true family's lived experience of ICU bereavement through the researcher's bracketing his or her presuppositions about the phenomenon. mean?
A: I am sorry about whatever you're reading! If this is the same place you read "normative perspective", this is a terrible writer!

Anyhow. I think the author is saying either that he has literally put brackets [...] around the parts of the paper where he expresses his own opinion instead of things the family told him, or that he has figuratively "bracketed" his presuppositions, meaning he tried to them out of the paper.
Q: What does stop-and-frisk methods mean?
A: stop and frisk means police have the right to stop random pedestrians on the street and search their possession/bodies
Q: What does method settings by most tests mean?
A: Here's my guess, since the sentence is unclear:

For instance, maybe a new material is being tested.
- There might be various types of tests such as: stress tests, hardness tests and thermal tests.
- Within each type of test, perhaps there are different 'METHODS' that can be applied. Some simplistic examples:

Stress Test Methods:
- Twist
- Bend
- Press


Hardness Test Methods:
- strike with hammer
- cut with diamond


Hope this helps -- .

Example sentences using "Method"

Q: Please show me example sentences with method of elimination.
A: It's not a common phrase. It means "the way to get rid of [something]". Where did you find it?
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'method in madness'.
A: "a method to the madness" means that there is a plan or movement toward a goal in a series of actions that may initially look random or unplanned.
Q: Please show me example sentences with combining ''efficient, method, and study ''.
A: "By testing out different study methods, you can find one that can make you more efficient."

Synonyms of "Method" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between method for and method of ?
A: They’re very similar and kind of hard to explain haha. Method for explains more of its purpose “my method for drawing this is very easy” —the method is for something.
Method of is how you do it. “The method of watercolor painting is to follow these steps.”
Does this make sense? It’s pretty complicated haha. I think we use these interchangeably a lot too.
Q: What is the difference between the American method of counting floors and English-style floor counting ?
A: The Americans and the British both say "ground floor" and it means the same thing.

In the UK, the first floor is the first floor *above* the ground floor.

In the US, the first floor *is* the ground floor.

British (UK) ..... American (US)
ground floor .... ground floor, 1st floor
1st floor .......... 2nd floor
2nd floor ......... 3rd floor
3rd floor .......... 4th floor
Q: What is the difference between method and way ?
A: @BoYang951: 你说对的,一般 “way”是在口语里用的比较频繁。经常,我不会用“method”。
Q: What is the difference between measure(noun) and method and approach ?
A: method is the procedure taken to do something

and measure (noun) can be either a standard unit to size something or in this case


a plan or course of action taken to achieve a particular purpose


they are very similar

"I'm taking the proper measurements so that no harm comes from this experiment"

"the method use to do this experiment are explain in the textbook"

Translations of "Method"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the new methods were incorporated to take advantage of technological changes to industry.
does it means 'the methods were incorporated and then take advantage of the changes' or 'the methods were incorporated in order to take advantage of the changes'? :)
A: For me it's the second one, they were incorporated in order to take advantages not the other way
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? method
A: https://forvo.com/word/method/#en
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? method
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? method
A: solutions/method

Other questions about "Method"

Q: With using of this suggested method, both centralized and semi-centralized controller are implementable. does this sound natural?
A: "With the use* of this suggested method, both centralized and semi-centralized controllers* are..."
Q: What the method of learning English you think is the best ?
A: From my point of view, there is no such thing as "the best way to learn a language", It all depends on what YOU like to do.

Books are always mentioned as one , but if reading is something you dislike doing, then you won't learn as much as other people do.

I would say that , if you love watching movies , then watch movies with subtitles. If you love music then learn the lyrics and sing along. If you love video games then play videogames and get a diccionary with you to read it.

As long as you enjoy the way you are learning it you will surely learn a new language
Q: What are the best methods to learn prepositions? I need to use them without even thinking about it because it's a pain in the ass remember more than 100 prepositions. (sry about the grammar mistakes)
A: Most of them should have a single equivalent in your language.
There are a few more peculiar and you either practice them over and over, or wait until they sink in after some exposure to the language ( reading, TV, talking to other people).

Ex: I get on the bus. I get in the car.
Q: I think it is fine to continue the same method. does this sound natural?
A: Just change "it is" to "it's"

Otherwise it's good!
Q: If I may intrude…, We seem to propose another method more better. does this sound natural?
A: Don't use 'more' with 'better'.

You can say:
We seem to have a better method to deal with the situation.

Or:
We would like to suggest a better alternative.

Note:
It's quite rare to say "if I may intrude" even in a professional level because when you said that, you actually have intruded the conversation. :) If you still not feeling comfortable to say something during a serious debate, you can say 'Excuse me'. Try to be confident to say whatever you need to say.

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