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

The meaning of "Nobel" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It awarded him with the Nobel Peace Prize mean?
A: Great! Thank you so much
Q: What does Two Nobel Prize winners round out the distinguished staff. mean?
A: To "round out" a list of people or things is to "finish" or to "complete" naming what is on the list. For example, "Nine and ten round out the list of the first ten numbers in English"

Synonyms of "Nobel" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between she was gave the Nobel Peace Prize and She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize ?
A: "Awarded" or "given" would both be fine. "Gave" is not a past participle, so it's not appropriate here.
Q: What is the difference between 1)a Nobel Prize winner and 2)a Nobel Prize recipient and 3)a Nobel Prize laureate ?
A: 1, winner wouldn’t really be used for the person who gets the award. 2, recipient seems like a more natural way to say it. 3, laureate would be a great way to describe it.

Example:
“Sara was awarded with the Noble Prize, that makes her the third recipient.”
Q: What is the difference between 1)a Nobel Prize winner and 2)a Nobel Prize recipient and 3)a Nobel Prize laureate ?
A: They're the same. 1 sounds more natural in everyday conversation.

Translations of "Nobel"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Who impressed me the most of all Nobel Prize laureate is 'Tanaka Koichi'. He won Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2002. I think we should learn his humility.
A: the one who impressed me the most, out of all Nobel Prize laureates, is 'Tanaka Koichi'. He won Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2002. I think we should learn from his humility
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Nobel our shanti m Kon Sbse achha h
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Nobel"

Q: The Nobel Peace Prize was given (to) Malala by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
Is this sentence correct?
Can "to" be left out?
A: In standard English, no, you cannot leave "to" out. The sentence is correct with "to" in it.
Q: Nobel was an inventor, (  ) will set up the Nobel Prizes in 1901.

Please choose the correct one from below and tell me reason.

1.who
2.whose
3.which
4.that
A: @miyu1227

whose = the correct answer.

why? because (will) here is not (=going to/future tense) rather is a noun that means testament (Ishi in japanese, don't have Japanese characters. sorry). anyway, (will) is u know, before a person dies he states his "will" that his fortune will be divided among the heirs.

so, Noble's will set up the Nobel prize in 1901

Back to the whole sentence:

Nobel is an inventor. Noble's will set up the prize=> to make it all one sentence

Nobel is an inventor, whose will.....

Hope that helps 😀
Q: Those who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, they offered solutions as they analyzed the effectiveness of detailed policy in the poverty regions such as India and Africa from similar research method with randomized controlled trials, clinical experiment.

They once referred to South Korea as an example of poverty eradication of developing country. They said that Korea's economic growth model is a good case, though it's hard for it to be adopted for all as each country has its own environment. Professor Banergee evaluated that Korea's massive investment in technology and education had brought positive results.

Duflo, 46, is also the second woman and the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel in economic sciences, where it has been rarely handed in to women. Does this sound natural?
A: Those who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences offered *interesting/different* solutions when they analyzed the effectiveness of policies in place in the poverty stricken regions of India and Africa using similiar research methods such as randomized controlled trials and clinical experiments.

These researchers once referred to South Korea as an example of poverty, though thanks to national developments poverty decreased dramatically/significantly. They said that Korea's economic growth model is a good case scenario, but that it's hard for such a thing to be implemented in each country because of the different environments present. Professor Banergee evaluated that Korea's massive investment in technology and education brought positive (and powerful?) results.

Duflo, 46, is also the second woman and the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel in economic sciences, which is known to be rarely handed to women.


Admittedly it was sort of messy, but hopefully this will help you.
Q: I'm looking forward who win the Nobel Peace Prize. I'm also expecting president Moon will get it. However, I heard that the candidates already were selected on February this year. That's nonsense! Does this sound natural?
A: I am looking forward to know who will win the Nobel Peace Prize. I hope that president Moon will be the one that gets it, however, I heard that the candidates were selected last February. That's nonsense.
Q: The Nobel Prize,in principle,wasn't conferred upon the late nominator. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds ok, but just writing "deceased" might be better. "Late" sounds like they just didn't make it to the award ceremony in time. =P

Also, in English, you put a space after a comma.

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