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

The meaning of "Nurse" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It would not be possible to praise nurses too highly. mean?
A: It means that one cannot compliment too much or give too much positive feedback to nurses because they are a essential part of health care.
Q: What does The nurses stiffened to attention as the D.H.C came in. mean?
A: Similar to when soldiers stand up straight when the Commander walks in.
In a less formal setting like a hospital, nurses would "stand at attention" to stop and listen to important information or show respect for someone in a high position that may be critical of your work.
Q: What does "concerned about"

which nurse was concerned about how much the course aimed to cover?? mean?
A: It normally means worried about or unsure about
Q: What does I'm nurse student mean?
A: A nurse student is a person most likely in college studying to be a nurse in the future.
Q: What does "I don't want to be a nurse that ever pretends" mean?
A: I think she means that she does not want to be a nurse who pretends to care about her patients.

Example sentences using "Nurse"

Q: Please show me example sentences with nurse something (verb).
A: He was sick so she nursed him back to health.
When I was a kid and I cut my leg, my mom would help me nurse it back to health.
Q: Please show me example sentences with nurse.
A: Nurse (noun): "She is a nurse in the hospital."

Nurse (verb): "She nursed me back to health when I was sick one time."
"They nursed smallpox patients."
"I have been nursing my sister from her cold."
Q: Please show me example sentences with nurse.
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Synonyms of "Nurse" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I’m a nurse by profession. and I’m working as a nurse. ?
A: "I'm a nurse by profession" would imply that it's their full time job. Considering the qualifications required to become a nurse I would assume that all nurses are, though.

I'm working as a nurse simply said that's what they do, but it may not be what they do forever, and they could one day move onto something else.
Q: What is the difference between She is a nurse and She is nurse ?
A: You use -a and -an when you want to refer to a thing but not a *specific* thing. For example "I want the car" you're saying you want that specific car, "I want a car" you're saying a car but not a specific one.
Hope that helped
Q: What is the difference between I am working as a nurse and I work as a nurse ?
A: Hi

There really isn’t any difference.

Examples:

“I am working as a nurse full time at the hospital”.

“I graduated from college and now I work as a nurse for disabled seniors”.
Q: What is the difference between a nurse has confessed. and a nurse confessed. ?
A: Same meaning, but....
a nurse has confessed - sounds like they just confessed right now or not too long ago.
a nurse confessed - we don’t know when they confessed. An hour ago? A day ago? A week ago?
Q: What is the difference between I've worked as a nurse for 4 years. and I've been working as a nurse for 4 years. ?
A: the first one means that you don't work as a nurse anymore, and the second one means that you have worked for 4 years and still working

Translations of "Nurse"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? nurses often work long hours for low pay or a low pay?
A: "for low pay" is correct!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? assigned nurse
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? nurse!! l need listen it :((
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? nurse, nursing
A: Nurse, nursing, they both have same meaning but used for different things. Nurse is the actual person whereas nursing is the verb (action)

Other questions about "Nurse"

Q: I never regret I'm a nurse. does this sound natural?
A: I have never regretted being a nurse.
Q: I told him I was nurse.
(彼に私は看護師をしていたと言った) does this sound natural?
A: There should be an article before "nurse". The sentence should be "I told him I was a nurse."
Q: A nurse who I saw at the hospital
was a do-nothing person,unfriendly
,and bossy.
I don't want to be like her.
(私が病院で見た看護師は、何もしないし、ムスッとしてるし、威張っていた。私はそんな彼女みたいになりたくない。) does this sound natural?
A: It is more natural to say "I saw a nurse at the hospital who was lazy, unfriendly and bossy. I don't want to be like her."
Q: The nurse put a gauze on the scratch of my arm and rolled the bandage on it. does this sound natural?
A: @misokatsu: more natural is: The nurse put a gauze on the scratch on my arm and rolled the bandage around it
Q: I work as a nurse for 5years. does this sound natural?
A: それか
「I have been working as a nurse for 5 years.」
"have been working" と "have worked" の違いは。。。
なぞです。 (笑)
(だいたい同じ).

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