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

The meaning of "Nutshell" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does nutshell mean?
A: If you're referring to the phrase "in a nutshell", it means using a only few words to describe something.
Q: What does In a nutshell ? mean?
A: This means a very short and simple way of saying something.
Q: What does In a nutshell mean?
A: "in a nutshell tell us why you should get the car" or "in a nutshell tell us what happened"
Q: What does in nutshell mean?
A: "in a nutshell" - ようするに / かいつまんで / 簡単にいうと。。 って感じ。 "So, the plan is fairly complicated, but in a nutshell, we go in, shoot the bad guys, and rescue the scientist. Got it?"
Q: What does in a bigger nutshell mean?
A: The phrase, "in a nutshell" means to simplify something. If you begin a sentence with "in a nutshell" you are usually giving the basic facts or main point. I haven't heard the phrase, "in a bigger nutshell". I am guessing it is related. Maybe giving more details.

Example sentences using "Nutshell"

Q: Please show me example sentences with in a nutshell .
A: ‘In a nutshell’ means to give a short summary of something. If you were putting something ‘in a nutshell’ you would only give the main points of it. You wouldn’t say this in an exam. Instead, you would say summarize. Examples • He wrote the story of Cinderella in a nutshell. • I summarized the paragraph in a nutshell. Hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a nutshell.
A: It means ‘in a few words’ Ex: I will explain the situation in a nutshell I will summarise the story in a nutshell
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a nutshell.
A: In a nutshell, it was a fun day. In a nutshell, the homework was hard to do.
Q: Please show me example sentences with In a nutshell .
A: "The food in Taiwan was really good, and the people there were friendly. In a nutshell, my holiday in Taiwan was good." In a nutshell = Summing up the main point of what you're saying. :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with In a nutshell .
A: In a nutshell, "in a nutshell" is a synonym for "in brief", "to summarise" or "in a word".

Synonyms of "Nutshell" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in a nutshell and gist ?
A: "In a nutshell" is when you explain something in as few words as possible, giving only the main points. ➡️In a nutshell, the movie was about a guy trapped in another dimension. ➡️In a nutshell, the party was really fun. ➡️In a nutshell, he told us all to be careful and wash our hands regularly. "Gist" is the basic idea of something - the essence or the main idea. ➡️It didn't take me long to get the gist of the speech. ➡️Did you get the gist of what the book was about? ➡️I got the gist of the lecture, but I couldn't grasp many of the points raised. "In a nutshell" and "gist" have the same meaning, but they are used differently in a sentence: ➡️In a nutshell, the gist of the book was that we should always strive for self-improvement.
Q: What is the difference between in a nutshell and To make a long story to short ?
A: They mean the same thing. You can use either one to make it clear that you want to say something or explain a story in as few words as possible.
Q: What is the difference between in a nutshell , this article makes no sense and in a briefly summary, this article makes no sense ?
A: Tho "in a nutshell" makes sense its informal, "in a breifly summary" needed to be "in a brief summary" and that is the formal way. Basically Formalities :)

Translations of "Nutshell"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? in a nutshell
A: it means basically. Or explained briefly.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? nutshell
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is "in a nutshell" mean?
A: In a short summary.

Other questions about "Nutshell"

Q: does (in a nutshell) mean (in short)?
A: Yes. Think of it like "I have this big idea with all these details, but if I could fit all of them into a little nutshell, these would be the important parts".
Q: 1. In a nutshell 2. stunning 3. straightforward ☞ Could you show me some example sentences using ...
A: 1. In a nutshell -used to summarize eg. a. I spent all night reading the report. In a nutshell, the focus is innovation and sustainability. 2. stunning- very attractive. Stun/stunned can also refer to shock. I'll give you examples of usage under both cases a. The dancers looked stunning in their costumes b. The explosion was so loud, it stunned everyone. 3. straightforward- Yes! you have understood perfectly. straightforward is often used to mean frank or honest but can also be used to mean uncomplicated or simple. eg. 1. I have always been straightforward with you and expect the same from you. 2. Although meticulous, his approach was fairly straightforward
Q: In a nutshell the communities were taken over by someone does this sound natural?
A: I wouldn't say "in a nutshell" If you mean the communities were taken over fast then i would say "in a flash"
Q: What's a nutshell ?
A: People use the term "in a nutshell" to say that they are summarizing a complicated topic.
Q: so, to put it in a nutshell , we are going to hold a talk and a funfair. does this sound natural?
A: could u provide me an British accent pronunciation thz:)

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