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

The meaning of "Milk" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does milk vending machine mean?
A: vending machines are rectangular machines about your height that dispense food when you put in money. Apparently, this one serves milk. They usually serve unhealthy options like chocolate or soda.
Q: What does I like milk tea mean?
A: Tôi thích trà sữa
Q: What does milk it for all it's worth mean?
A: It means to reap all of the benefits of something.
Q: What does We have some milk left. У нас еще осталось чуть-чуть молока. Зачем тут left в конце ? mean?
A: Тут "left" значит "leftover," как бы раньше было больше, но большенство пили уже.
Q: What does you need some milk mean?
A: usually means something is wrong with the person, and milk helps that 😂 that is a funny expression

Example sentences using "Milk"

Q: Please show me example sentences with milk will be night time.
A: Drink milk at night.
Q: Please show me example sentences with milk.
A: I don't like milk.
My dad gets stomach aches from milk.
Is there milk in this?
Do you have milk? Can I have some milk?
Q: Please show me example sentences with "you're milking it".
A: "your milking it"
basically means your trying to get the most out of the situation

Synonyms of "Milk" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He wants milk and He wants some milk ?
A: 同じ意味だと思います
Q: What is the difference between to take milk out of the refrigerator and to take milk off the refrigerator ?
A: "out of" means you have opened the refrigerator door and removed some milk from within.

"Off of" means the milk was sitting on top of the refrigerator, not inside of it.
Q: What is the difference between A little (ex: I have a little milk) and Little (ex: I have little milk) ?
A: When we say 'a little' we mean a small amount, but it's enough:

• John: Let's go out tonight.
• Lucy: Okay. I have a little money, enough for the cinema at least.

We use ‘little’ with uncountable nouns. It is formal.

Using ‘little’ here gives us a different impression. It also means a small amount, but this time the amount is almost nothing. If the noun is something that we want (like money or friends) then using 'little' means that we don't have enough:

• John: Let's go out tonight.
• Lucy: Sorry, I have little money. I really can't afford to go out.

Little = Not a lot of / Not enough of
A little = A bit of
Q: What is the difference between I have to go to buy some milk. and I have to go buy some milk. ?
A: 1. 牛乳を買う為に(だけ)行く (行かなきゃ)。他の物も買うかもしらないけど、特に牛乳を買わなきゃと言う意味が含まれています。この文には、何の為に行かなければならないかを指しています。
2. 牛乳を買わなければならないから行く。この文には何を買わなければならないかを指しています。

2 の方がよく使われています。Use 1 if you really want to emphasise why you need to go.

I hope that made sense >_< ^^;
Q: What is the difference between I also like milk. and I like also milk. ?
A: It could be either, it depends on the context

Translations of "Milk"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can you say “the milk has freshed out”?
A: The milk isn't fresh anymore. Or if you can't drink the milk, you can say "The milk has gone bad."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? milk
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's all that milk doing there?
what's mean?
A: What is X doing Y = Why is X Y

what's all that milk doing there
X = all that milk
Y = there
therefore the meaning is "Why is all that milk there"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? milk
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i want milk
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Other questions about "Milk"

Q: You have to buy a milk too. does this sound natural?
A: You have to buy milk.
/ a glass of milk
Q: Only low fat milks are discounted. does this sound natural?
A: "Milk" is another mass noun that doesn't take an "s" to pluralize, so:

Only low fat milk is discounted.
Q: Mum!She dropping some milk! does this sound natural?
A: It would be "Mum! She dropped some milk"
Or "Mum! She spilled some milk"
Q: What does "milk" in 1222 mean?
A: To do with an idiom.

If you are on to a good thing, then milk it for all it is worth.

milk is the verb for getting milk from the cow.
Q: milk has gotten more expensive or milk has become more expensive or what? does this sound natural?
A: Both sound fine to me :)

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