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

The meaning of "Mosquito" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You are especially appealing to mosquitos, mean?
A: It means that mosquitos must like you as they keep biting you....
Q: What does I swatted at mosquitoes and they scattered. mean?
A: It means you used a fly swatter to smash mosquitoes but they flew away. To swat is a way a saying to smash or fail at hitting something. Sometimes it can be used as a weak try at slapping.
Q: What does The blood-thirsty mosquitoes are there by the million. mean?
A: There are a lot of mosquitoes out that are biting a lot
Q: What does "trying to breed Zika-transmitting mosquitoes out of existence." mean?
A: To "breed out of existence" means to overwhelm the genetic population of a species until the genetic subtype in question is no longer reproduced.

Example sentences using "Mosquito"

Q: Please show me example sentences with mosquito and bank account.
A: “I got bitten by a mosquito on holiday”
“Mosquito bites are quite painful”
“I’ll transfer the money into your bank account”
“She doesn’t have enough in her bank account”
Q: Please show me example sentences with mosquito.
A: - my arm itches from all the mosquito bites!

- I don’t want to go out today there are too many mosquitoes.

- put on some bug spray to avoid getting bit by a mosquito

Synonyms of "Mosquito" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mosquito and skeeter ?
A: None, as far as identifying the insect. “Skeeter” is merely a regional term, and mostly a slang or informal term, not one that would be in a textbook, for example, or in an article about malaria, etc.
Q: What is the difference between How to avoid to be bitten by mosquitoes? and How to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes? ?
A: Am I right or wrong if I say: I anticipate being promoted. I enjoy being served by waiters. I imagine being payed more. I miss being invited to the parties.
Q: What is the difference between "I got bitten by a mosquito" and "I was bitten by a mosquito" ?
A: No difference, as far as your example is concerned
Q: What is the difference between A: I have already been bitten by mosquitoes. and B: I have already bitten by mosquitoes ?
A: Hello! Sentence A is the correct way to say that mosquitos have already bitten you. Sentence B is incorrect because it does not have "been". "Been" indicates that the mosquito bites were in the past. Because it does not have "been", sentence B is thus an incomplete sentence. Does this make sense?
Q: What is the difference between I was bitten by a mosquito and I got bit by a mosquito ?
A: The second one is very casual.

I'd say...

I've been bitten by a mosquito.

Translations of "Mosquito"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)?
Where did you get your mosquito net?!

->can I use "the or a mosquito net" instead of "your mosquito net"? and would you mind explaining the differences between "your mosquito net and a/the mosquito net" in detail?
A: It means the same thing. The only difference is that if you use YOUR you're asking about a mosquito net that belongs to the person you're to. If you use THE it doesn't really need to be a mosquito net that belongs to someone, but it should be mentioned before since THE means you're talking about something specific.

"A mosquito net" can be any mosquito net in the world.
"The mosquito net" is a specific mosquito net seem before. I don't know how to explain it in words. It's easier to understand it by seeing.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mosquito
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mosquito , record please
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mosquito
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mosquito y mosca??
A: Mosquito and fly

Other questions about "Mosquito"

Q: The mosquito comes up in an elevator and comes in when I open the front door. does this sound natural?
A: "The mosquito came up in the elevator and went inside when I opened the front door" would sound more natural
Q: mosquito spray / repellent

which one is more common?
A: They are both fine. I think mosquito spray is more common though.
Q: this mosquito bite itches big time! does this sound natural?
A: I would say This mosquito bite itches so much!/This mosquito bite itches like crazy! ("big time" is used more for like "He screwed up big time" or "I got ripped off big time" or "That sucks big time")
Q: mosquito

ex:I couldn't sleep last night,because of mosquitoes.

Please help me correct the above sentence.
Thank you. does this sound natural?
A: "I couldn't sleep last night because of mosquitoes" Just take off the comma
Q: I feel like carried away by these mosquitos (我感觉我快被这些大蚊子给抬走了) does this sound natural?
A: Okay, then "I feel like these mosquitos are going to carry me away." is what you're looking for.

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