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

  • The meaning of "Moderation" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. More examples Don't drink too much alcohol. You will be sick. Don't drink too little alcohol. You will be the only person sober. Don't sleep too late. You will miss your exam tomorrow. Don't sleep too early. You will miss the party tonight.

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    2. It means that an excessive amount of anything could be bad. Moderation is like self control

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    2. To avoid excessive use of something Ex: The doctor gave his patient medicine in moderation

  • Example sentences using "Moderation"

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    2. @Marwah: An example would be if you were eating dinner with your family, your mother might say something like, "Eat your food in moderation. " It means that you should take in consideration of all the stuff you eat. almost like a measurement. I hope that helps, it's kind of hard to explain :)

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    2. Sometimes, but yeah we do use in moderation.

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    2. They are not similar at all in my opinion. Moderation is the act of not doing too much of something. (Eat in moderation = don’t eat too much) Golden can mean something good or something that looks like it has gold covering. (Golden opportunity = perfect/great opportunity, Golden ball = gold covered ball)

  • Translations of "Moderation"

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    2. A life of temperance and moderation 그러나 두 단어가 같은 것을 의미하기 때문에 옳지 않은 것처럼 보입니다.

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    2. “You should hang out a little less” “ don’t hang out too frequently “ are some other ways to say it more causally

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    2. Both are perfectly natural expressions. Eat in moderation is a complete sentence. Eat moderately seems like a direction or instruction. Example: 1- chip onion 2- add 300 hot peppers 3- add salt and vinegar 4- eat moderately because the casein from the peppers can cause heartburn

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    2. 0:18 So we are a country founded on a principle 0:30 In 2004, 79% of us called ourselves optimistic we are now down to 50%. 0:37 About 20% of us will experience a mood disorder in our lives 0:44 25% of our women are taking SSRIs and antidepressants 0:53 and more of 40% of our sexes admit that they eat just to try and make themselves happy 1:19 Well, in the pre paparazzi days, pre-reality TV, pre-facebook 1:28 While my job is pretty good, I’m not comparing it while I look at Donald Trump Bill Gates. 1:59 If your aspirations and your assets keep pace 2:10 relationships do it, stress does it, anything that dampens a fascinating MRI scan 2:24 when you are distracted by something, you are happy across 4 different brain regions, and this is the case even when researchers put people in MRIs 2:52 we’ve always been taught money can’t buy you happiness, we used to think only rich people said that by the way, cause I think you have to have meaning to your money. But in the article, you said maybe you can buy happiness with money. Certainly gives you options. It means that you can choose for yourself if money lets you buy happiness or if it doesn’t. 3:09 They say you hid a satiation point 3:42 people have to wear with all the grit to get up, to tolerate and , to go across the world. 3:52 alphabet soup of names for the genes. But two different genes have turned up to have greater concentration and in immigrant populations, and the genes that code for risk tolerance, that code for an appetite for novelty, that code for enjoyment of the seeking of behaviour not even necessarily just achieving the pursuit; and that’s where we get pursuit of happiness from. 4:18 So we have hot housed that immigrant temperament here and 238 years later, it’s still with us. 4:27 Would you say we look at genetic code of those people who are non-immigrants, they could find that whether they had the immigrant gene or not? 4:40 collectivist cultures there’s something to be said for those say of the far east And those, they have their own very particular values. 4:49 I mean all of us, it’s in a sense very apparent to me when we talk to people about find something you’re passionate about and if, because you’re passionate about your work, that can greatly influence a success. and be happiness (i think he meant be happy) 5:03 That’s right and some other that, one of other features in our covered package is quotes from famous people, and steve jobs said ‘if you haven’t found the thing that makes you happy to go to work in the morning, find something else because you won’t be good at it until you’re happy with it. 5:16 And don’t do it in moderation! And a good relationship is always in good (?) A good relationship is always in good everything everything. Yeah. This is our running argument between Charlie and I in the pursuit of happiness about, about whether he is moderate or right out the window. She thinks there’s things you should be moderate about, and I actually agree with her, but I also think there’s a lot to be passionate about. You’ll be thrilled. I mean be able to say , I would do this even if I wouldn’t get paid for it. We are blessed. I really like our job a lot. You can stop talking now Jeffrey. I won’t be going to fantasy land. I won’t be phoning Time Magazine. Let me keep my current payroll.

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    2. Great! The one thing I would change is #3. I think it would sound more natural to say “His sensitivity to others’ feelings supports his application for the psychologist position.” That’s just a little thing to fix, but it is still understandable :D

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    2. But at the start of your sentence please use "having Filipino staff" instead of the word "using".

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    2. Q1. Yes, the sentence lists two factors: 1) weather 2) gains in previous months. Q2. "Payback" does sound somewhat strange, but I think it this case it means "effect". "Outsize" = extremely large. So "payback from outsize gains in prior months" = "effect from extremely large gains [in employment] in prior months". In other words, because jobs grew so much previously, it is only expected that the growth should pull back a little.

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