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

The meaning of "Need" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does those who are in need mean?
A: "Those who are in need" means people who lack basic requirements for life... usually food, shelter, heating, clothes, medical facilities, and so on.
Q: What does There's no need to be worried. mean?
A: It means you should not be concerned or worried or afraid about the situation
Q: What does We have to consider to satisfy the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. mean?
A: Basically it means that we have to be more careful about how we act now otherwise life will be more difficult for future generations,i.e our children and grandchildren, because they will have to deal with the effects
Q: What does all i need is for some jerk to catch me carrying this book around and get the wrong idea mean?
A: it means he/she don't want someone to see them carrying a book and think something about them that is untrue
Q: What does "should we need it" in 1487 mean?
A: It's another way of saying "if we should need it."

Example sentences using "Need"

Q: Please show me example sentences with per se ( i need other examples).
A: “The food, per se, didn’t taste bad, but it’s not to my liking.” “The game, per se, is mediocre but the voice acting was terrible.” “I wouldn’t say that she is a bad person, per se.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with need to pay taxes.
A: With the internet, there is no need to pay taxes by post
Q: Please show me example sentences with i need words that informal meaning of 'according to' plz help me .
A: @m00ja2


Per this report, we need to increase our revenue.

In agreement with
In line with
In keeping with

Most of these are relatively formal too only because of the meaning. Most would be used in a business situation. I think “according to” is used more in spoken language and don’t consider it to be formal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with need you ask?.
A: 1. Will you pick me up after school today? -Need you even ask? Of course I will.
2. Did you bring the birthday cake? -Need you ask? Yes, it's in the kitchen
Q: Please show me example sentences with be in need of.
A: I'm in need of a break
I'm in need of some money to pay my debt.

Synonyms of "Need" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between There is no need to worry. and No need to worry. You don't need to worry. ?
A: There isn't really a difference. They mean the same thing, "no need to worry" is just the short way of saying it. For example if you have something in your teeth but you don't have floss, a friend who has floss will probably say "no need to worry!" Or "there is no need to worry!" No need to worry is just more casual.
Q: What is the difference between need and necessitate ?
A: Necessitateはかなり硬いです。そして、necessitateには、「ある対策を必要とする」問題に対して使うニュアンスがあります。例: His behavior necessitated serious reflection on his part. -> 彼の行為は、自分の重要な反省を必要としました。
Q: What is the difference between I won't need it. and I won't be needing it. ?
A: There really isn't a difference to me, although I feel like the second option is used more usually in a joking tone, like:
(Question) "Brad don't you want to take your helmet on your bike ride?"
(Response) "Oh, I won't be needing that!" - Implying that he is too good to fall off.
For casual use, your first sentence is safer.
Q: What is the difference between need and have to ?
A: Yeah, either would work :)
Q: What is the difference between We aim to be responsive to the needs. and We aim to be prompt to the needs. ?
A: 'To be responsive to the needs' is just responding to/doing something in general for the customer's needs.
'To be prompt to the needs' is to respond to the needs in a timely fashion; so speed is emphasized

Translations of "Need"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Clearly there will continue to be a need for staff in (...)
A: I would say the following:
1 - reasonable
2 - consideration
3 - existing
4 - politicians
5 - shortage
6 - specialise
7 - loss
8 - construction
9 - appeared
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 미국친구를 구하고있어를 영어로 자연스럽게 어떻게 말하나요?/How do you say i need American friend naturally?
A: * I would like to have an American friend.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I need to be on my own
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i need to see u
A: I need to see you
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I need you
A: I need you

Other questions about "Need"

Q: Please need your help :(
(you have to continue the sentence)->

Aunt Mary's letter included news about...
A: Aunt Mary’s letter included news about how Katherine has an illness (typhoid fever) so she died, Ann’s Uncle who spent money on beer has also died due to his alcoholism and hence, Aunt Mary has become a widow.
Q: I'm so tired that need to rest right now. Does this sound natural?
A: I'm so tired that need to rest right now. That sounds a little unaatural because you forgot the I in between “that” and “need” but whoever your saying/texting it to, they would still understand you.
Q: You don’t need to go the length of cooking such a luxurious dinner. Does this sound natural?
A: "Trouble" might be a better word than "length" here.
Q: "need" doesn't work?
A: No, "need" implies you want information. If it is YOUR purchasing manager, you already have the information, so you want to give it to them. So you say would like. (This is because "confirm" has 2 meanings; getting information and giving information.)
Q: If you have the need for a medical, please register with a doctor. Does this sound natural?
A: you need to specify a little about what medication you're talking about. By examination of the body you mean a medical exam then you need to say "need for a medical examination" or at least "need for medication"

saying medical is incomplete.

I hope this helped :)

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