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

The meaning of "Metro" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I preferred it to a taxi.
it = metro mean?
A: " I preferred the metro to the taxi."

"I prefer" = I like it more.

"I prefer cats to dogs." = I like cats more than dogs.

Is this what you wanted to ask?
Q: What does beyond the metro mean?
A: It's short for "beyond the metropolitan area". "Metropolitan area" refers to a big city with all its suburbs. So search the database not just for the metropolitan area they are currently in, but outside it as well.
Q: What does “top up my metro card” mean?
A: Add more money to the payment card used for public transportation
Q: What does That’s what some metro Detroiters are wondering — taking to social media to grouse about a Grinch cutting the wires, irritating them, upsetting their wee ones mean?
A: This is a post about US English but I will answer.

Some people in Detroit (a large city in Michigan, USA) are complaining on social media about someone (the Grinch) cutting some wires.

The Grinch is a character from children's stories who hates Christmas. The name Grinch is sometimes applied to anyone who commits non-serious crimes at Christmas time that 'spoil Christmas' in some way.

Wee ones are children.

Example sentences using "Metro"

Q: Please show me example sentences with metro nerde
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A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Metro" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between metro and subway ?
A: A metro is a subway system.
A subway is an underground train.
In American English subway can mean both an underground train and metro. Using it like this depends on region
Q: What is the difference between metro and subway ?
A: In the UK in London we'd call it "The Underground" or more usually "The Tube".
Q: What is the difference between metro and underground ?
A: In London (and sometimes Glasgow) it's called the Underground, in most other cities it's called the Metro.

They're all underground urban railways.
Q: What is the difference between metro and subway ?
A: No difference except by where you live. Example: New York's is called the subway, but Washington DC's is called the metro.

Translations of "Metro"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? metro nerede
A: Where is the subway
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? metro
A: it depends on the accent, but it pretty much sound like how you spelled it. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estação de metro
A: Subway station
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? metro
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? metros cuadrados
A: Square meters

Other questions about "Metro"

Q: "metro" and "subway", are they meaning the same?
Q: which one is correct?
1. I am heading for metro station
2. I am headed for metro station
3. It is heading for metro station
4. It is headed for metro station
A: both 1 & 2. 1 makes it sound like you are about to leave, 2 makes it seem like you have already started your journey there.
Q: the nearest metro station is in this direction all straight, I think 4 minutes by foot. Does this sound natural?
A: The nearest metro station is straight ahead in this direction, it is approximately 4 minutes on foot.
Q: To travel IN metro.
OR
To travel BY metro. Does this sound natural?
A: "To travel BY metro" sounds better, and is said most often. It is the way or mode of travel.

"To travel ON a bus" and "To travel BY bus." both sound fine to me, but "travel on a metro" is weirder, but more correct than "in".

"In" is strange because you are not emphasizing a boundary you are "inside".

For all forms of travel, you can say "by," or distinguish between "in" and "on"
Q: The fully automated metro had plenty of vacancies. In addition, the cooling generated by the air conditioner was very welcome at the time. does this sound natural? Does this sound natural?
A: The fully automated metro had plenty of empty seats. In addition, the cooling generated by the air conditioner was very welcome at the time.

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