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

The meaning of "October" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In the clear October air, orange and gold leaves screamed their color against the cold blue sky. mean?
A: Screaming usually draws attention to whoever does it, so if the leaves are "screaming their colors against the sky," it means that their colors are standing out in contrast to the sky. Basically, their colors are so bright that they're calling attention to themselves.
Q: What does Come October
For example: Come October, we will have lived here for 11 years

Can someone explain me the usage of "come" in similar contexts? mean?
A: It means 'as at October' or 'by the time it is October' or 'by October'.

Come Monday, I will have thrown all the garden rubbish away. (By Monday, all the garden rubbish will be gone.)

Come Easter, you will have worked in the same company for five years. (Your five year anniversary working in the same company is before next Easter, so by Easter you will have spent more than five years in the company.0

Come autumn 2021, the majority of the UK adult populaton will have been double-jabbed against Covid-19. (By the autum of 2021, the majority of UK adults will have received both required doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.)
Q: What does October is inventory time. mean?
A: The October effect is a theory that stocks tend to decline during that time.
Inventory is an accounting term that refers to goods that are in various stages of being made. Finished, being made and yet to be made.

It is therefore a good time to take stock of what's in the inventory ready for when stocks settle to see what you might have to adjust.
Q: What does In October, an inmate escaped when he walked off the fire line in Orange County, only to be recaptured in Los Angeles. mean?
A: 10月にオレンジカウンティの避難梯子から、在監者が脱出されたけど結局、ロサンゼルスに捕らわれた。

Q: What does "Come October" in the following sentence mean?
A: It means "When it's October".

That means that when the current time is in the month of October, "we" have lived "here" for the full 11 years.

Synonyms of "October" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between on 22nd October at 6 p.m. and on 22 October at 6 p.m. ?
A: the first is how you say it, the second is how it is written
You say:
on 22nd of October at 6 p.m.
it is typed as:
on 22 of October at 6 p.m.
Q: What is the difference between I worked really hard since October. and I've worked really hard since October. and I've been working really hard since October. ?
A: Simple past sounds a bit off in this case.
Present perfect emphasizes the end or completion of the (I guess several) months of hard work
Present perfect continuous emphasizes the process of working hard since October (focus on past events)
In practice, the last two are interchangeable in speech
Q: What is the difference between October 10th is coming near. and October 10th is coming nearer. and October 10th is approaching. ?
A: They all mean the same thing, but the last is the most natural.
Q: What is the difference between as of October 30 and on the 30th day of October ?
A: No, "as of" and "on" are different. "As of" means "going forward, starting on a certain day or time. "On" means that an event occurs during a specific day. For example, if you say "As of October 30, the weather is cold," it means that from October 30 onward, the weather will be cold. If you say "On October 30, the weather is cold," it means that the weather is cold only on October 30. I hope this helps ^_^

Translations of "October"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "31 October days in one minute " I made 1-minute video which contains everyday photo
A: 31 October days shown in 1 minute
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? me 2nd October ko Ghar ja Raha hun....
A: I am going home on 2nd October
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? October
A: October
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? October 31 thirty one? or thirty first?
A: Thirty first

Other questions about "October"

Q: In October 2016 Or In 2016 October
A: In October 2016
Q: October has come with its cold days and long nights….  Halloween is coming...
Does this sound natural?
A: It's sounds great but keep reading a lot and you will excellent
Q: Finally October is over!
October is finally over!
A: both are correct but with the first one you'd want to say "Finally, October is over!"
Q: October 21st 2016

is it the right order? Does this sound natural?
A: Yes it is correct. How would you do it in korean?
Q: It's too hot as if it weren't October. Does this sound natural?
A: Perhaps "It's too hot, it's as if it weren't October" might sound better :)

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