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

The meaning of "Mom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "mom, you blew the take!" mean?
A: It's a bit hard to be sure without context, but it probably means that the mother ruined this round of filming a video or something.
Q: What does mom mean?
A: Mom - mãe

My mom is a great woman.
Q: What does Your mom slaps me on the behind mean?
A: "Behind" in this case means しり. Like a slap on the butt.
Q: What does yes you are mom mean?
A: 네, 너의 어머님 대충 이렇게 번역이 되네요
Q: What does my mom took the bus to school with me... mean?
A: "Took" as in "take" in past-tense can be used in situations in which somebody did not physically take something

Example sentences using "Mom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ‎I recommended an American to serve his mom who was sick, I said "You can cut the meat for your mom. That would be better."

Please let me know if "That would be better" is impolite , and what sentence should be used instead to suggest someone politely..
A: Instead of saying “that would be better” you could say “You could cut the meat for your mom, I’m sure that would be helpful!” Or “you could cut the meat for your mom, that would be nice” or “you could cut the meat for your mom, I’m sure she would appreciate it”
Q: Please show me example sentences with suburban mom.
A: "Suburban" means from the suburbs. The word "suburb" means a residential area that is a town, village, or district near a larger city. The term "the suburbs" is used to refer to all suburbs, since across America many suburbs are quite similar and have similar characteristics.

So a suburban mom is a mother who lives in a suburb, or a mother who is from the suburbs. There are some stereotypes about suburban moms, but some are true and some are false.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mom's eyes widen.
A: “As I held out the small gift, her mother’s eyes widened in disbelief.” “I was able to meet my mother for the first time. She looked at me, her eyes widened in surprise, but they quickly filled with tears of happiness.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with mom.
A: My mom's cooking is the best!

Her mom is very good at painting.

My father's mom is my grandmother.

"Hey mom, can you go buy some butter from the store on your way back from work?"

Hope those helped! :)

Synonyms of "Mom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mom and mommy ?
A: Clinical has various possible meanings:

1. Reference to medical research, treatments, hospitals, patients, etc.

2. Reference to a room or building which is very clean, basic, functional, simple, bare, and/or plain in appearance (similar to a hospital).

3. Reference to material (like a textbook) which uses very factual / objective / neutral language and medically / scientifically accurate terminology.

4. Reference to someone who is unemotional and personally detached from his/her decisions or actions; someone who follows a certain methodology and objectively makes decisions without allowing personal emotions to interfere with his/her judgment.
Q: What is the difference between she remembered to e-mail her mom. and she remembered e-mailing her mom. ?
A: No son tan diferentes pero "she remembered to email her mom" quiere decir que ella se acordó de que tenía que mandarle e-Mail a su mamá y "she remembered e-mailing her mom" quiere decir que ya pasó y que recuerde cuando le mando el correo electrónico.
Q: What is the difference between It's mom's and It's moms' ?
A: The first one (It's Mom's) means "it is mom's" belonging to your mother. The second one puts the object in possession of your many mothers, which does not happen. The second one (It's moms') is not grammatically correct in English and should never be used.
I hope this helps! 😊 Great question.
Q: What is the difference between I came over at my mom's house yesterday and I swung by my mom's house and I went by my mom's house yesterday ?
A: The first sentence: "Hi! I came by to catch my wallet that I forgot!" looks good except in English you need to replace "catch" with "pick up" or you could also use "get." "I came by to pick up my wallet." or "I came by to get my wallet."
The second sentence is perfect. The third one, is good except it needs to be "I will" since it's future tense.
"Tomorrow, I will swing by ..."

Come over. You can use it when you want someone to come to your house to see you. (As one example.) "Why don't you come over when you get off work." Don't know whether that is any clearer. How long have you been studying English? You're writing is almost perfect.
Q: What is the difference between "mom" (mother) and "mum" (mother) ?
A: mom ( American English)
mum ( UK English word for "mom")

Translations of "Mom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「ごめんなさい。"in your mom's time" って書いたつもり だったのですが "mom's age" って書き間違えていました。」
A: Sorry. I meant to write "in your mom's time" but I wrote "mom's age" by mistake.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is this natural? “What did his mom say when he plays with his food?”
A: Almost, either

(did - - played)
(does - - plays)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When a mom tries to comfort her baby or toddler when she or he trip down or get hurt, what does a mom usually say to her baby?
A: Usually mom’s would pick the baby up and/or “kiss it better” where they got hurt. Same idea as in Korea, just with a kiss instead
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I couldn't catch what a mom said in a video. she says " I got some cookies and orange juice. {}{}{} , the store was really crowded. I heard that like "oh that's okay" in {} but it sounds weird to me. do you have any idea what she says matching with it?
A: she says "I hope that's okay?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 何か習い事してる?(I am trying to ask other mom about her child.)
A: "Is s/he learning anything?" or "I s/he taking any classes?"

Other questions about "Mom"

Q: Mom:Morning, sweetie.Time to get up.
Son:Morning, mom.
Mom: Did you have a nice dream ?
Son:Yes,mom. I know that was nice but I forgot what I had dreamed.
Mom:That's OK, sweetie.You can have another nice dream tonight. Now you go to the bathroom and brush your teeth. Remember to open your mouth wide and reach the back.
Son:OK, mom. I will. Does this sound natural?
A: "Yes mom. I know it was nice but I forgot what I had dreamt. Or It was nice but I forgot what I dreamt."
Q: I have to ask my mom's permission to go to the dance on Saturday. Does this sound natural?
A: You should use "for" before "my mom's". It will sound more natural that way.
Q: Suppose your mom has to take a short trip to another city for 1-2 days, and you have to take care of yourself besides doing the house chores ,...

But when she comes back, the home is totally in mess, you have indigestion because of not eating well in those 1-2 days, you have lost the door key, your dag is missing,...
so she might scold you and say:" I knew that you are not .... tacking care of yourself and the house,you are good-for-nothing!"

If you want to fill the blank with one of the following words , which one iwouldcbe more appropriate or used more commonly?
, if none, what would be the appropriate word/idiom/expression,..?

A: "Capable" is the best choice. "Efficient" doesn't really make any sense here. "Qualified" might work, but it sounds a little too formal for this situation and would require rewording of the sentence. "Competent" would also require the sentence to be reworded.

The sentence would be better written using "would".

I knew that you would not be capable of taking care of yourself and the house.

Hope this helps.

Q: "My mom and yours make cousins." [Meaning that they are cousins.] Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "your mother and my mother are cousins"
Q: He's still attached to his mom's umbilical cord. It means that he is not independent of his mother as ever. Does this sound natural?
A: he is not independent from his mother yet.

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