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

The meaning of "Needle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does how do we move the needle on this one(not literally) move the needle?(figuratively) mean?
A: To change a situation to a noticeable degree. (Source: wiktionary)
Q: What does I think a needle went up my butt when I was pooping. No lie mean?
A: Si había una aguja en el excusado antes de sentarse, si tiene sentido. :D
Q: What does needless mean?
A: Desnecessário
Q: What does "the needles" ( in this context) mean?
A: In English, we have a phrase: "It's as hard as finding a needle in a haystack". The idea is that the haystack is very large and the needle is very small, so if you need to look for the needle, you are going to have a very hard time finding it. "Finding a good coffee shop around here is like finding a needle in a haystack!" I don't understand the part about the snowstorm

Example sentences using "Needle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with needle .
A: she stuck a needle in the man's arm. The needle pierced his thin skin. The metal on the needle was really cold.
Q: Please show me example sentences with needless.
A: ...NEEDLESS to say, let's get started on the project. Needless is used to suggest at something that is unspoken but is already known.
Q: Please show me example sentences with needless.
A: It was needless to say, she was very sad after losing her toy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with needless to say(could you give me some examples?).
A: It is needless to say that you have to study if you want good grades
Q: Please show me example sentences with needless to say.
A: "I did not study for the test and, needless to say, I failed." "I hear that the hotel is haunted. Needless to say, I will be not be staying there."

Synonyms of "Needle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between needless and unneeded ?
A: They both achieve the same meaning but are used in different contexts. “Needless to say, I was very surprised by the outcome” is the way you’ll see/hear it used most of the time. “Her extra commentary was unneeded”. Unneeded is a little less common but has the same connotation. Both imply that something is unnecessary.
Q: What is the difference between needless to say and not to mention ?
A: Needless to say is used when something is apparent and obvious. "There was a car accident. Needless to say, he won't be going to work for a while." Not to mention is used to when you're making another point about a certain subject. "There was a car accident. His arms are broken, not to mention his legs." Sorry for such a violent example, it was all I could think of. Does that make sense?
Q: What is the difference between needles and prickle and spine ?
A: There is no real difference. "Needle" is the most common word. We also say "Spike" as well. 僕の投稿を見てください
Q: What is the difference between Why the needles on a pine tree stay green all year? and Why DO the needles on a pine tree stay green all year? ?
A: "Why the needles on a pine tree stay green all year" Isn't a question. It could be used as a title for an essay about needles on a pine tree and why they stay green all year. "Why DO the needles on a pine tree stay green all year?" Is a question, so would be some thing you would ask to find out the answer to it. Hope this helped!
Q: What is the difference between needless and unnecessary ?
A: They are essentially the same. I rarely use needless though. It depends on the situation. Sometimes needless just sounds better "needless to say" for example.

Translations of "Needle"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? needless
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a needle in a haystack
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? needle
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Other questions about "Needle"

Q: - needless to say - it goes without saying Do they sound a bit rude to use to old people?
A: That depends on what your whole sentence is and what you're trying to express. If you provide the whole sentence, maybe I can answer your question. Neither is innately rude, but could be rude for example if you said "It goes without saying that you can't do that" after the person already did it. In that case you're basically calling them an idiot.
Q: "I have needless fear that I might be totally different and have trouble with someone I date. I think that's what makes me holding me back from having a girlfriend." does this sound natural?
A: × "I have needless fear that I might be totally different and have trouble with someone I date. I think that's what makes me holding me back from having a girlfriend." ✓ "I have an irrational (needless) fear that I might be incompatible with someone I date, which would cause trouble. I think that's what makes me reluctant to have (find) a girlfriend."
Q: How do you call these needles wasps and hornets have on the body??
A: Stingers
Q: (1) She was doing well in threading a needle. (2) She was doing well in putting a thread through the needle. does this sound natural?
A: I would correct the first one to say “She was doing well threading a needle.” I would change the second one to, “She was doing well putting a thread through the needle,” but that doesn’t sound very natural. How I would say this is “She was threading the needle well.” Feel free to ask me if you don’t understand this or need anything else! :)
Q: ○  Unless you’re freaked out by needles, you might have considered acupuncture as an alternative ...
A: Yes, that is correct. Unless ~ = ~でないかぎり

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