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

The meaning of "Orange" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "There is only one orange, so it would be wasteful to eat it." When can we say this expression? mean?
A: I think I would say something like, "I am saving the last orange for later." .."to save something for later" is a commonly used expression... "to save smthg for a special occasion" ..."Since there's only one orange left, I'm saving it for later/for [specify what you're saving it for... such as a special snack/ for when I get home from work/for after I've finished studying/etc.] HTH
Q: What does this orange framed part mean?
A: $73,000 is not the median of the entire population; just those that have at least some saved. One survey said half of the population has less than $4830 saved. Another said that about 57% have less than $1000. These surveys indicate that a large amout of the population virtually have no money put back in savings.
Q: What does please tell me what do you call this which in the orange circle . mean?
A: Emoticon
Q: What does Bring oranges and staples only. mean?
A: If someone were starting up a food drive or common kitchen (like your tv show), they might want basic (staple) food items used by most people in that area. Some examples might be rice, bread, dried pasta, dried beans, canned/frozen vegetables, potatoes, onions, eggs, dried milk, cheese, salt, pepper, cooking oil. Many can be stored for a long time as well. Staples vary by area/people. Like for me, soy sauce would be a staple item.
Q: What does I’m out of orange juice mean?
A: There is no more orange juice, it’s all gone

Example sentences using "Orange"

Q: Please show me example sentences with could you correct it


I just figured out if I can get more orange things depends on your mood.
A: I just found out that I can get more orange things, but it depends on your mood.
Q: Please show me example sentences with It's not oranges..
A: this is not a common expression
Q: Please show me example sentences with orange.
A: Orange (color):
”this pumpkin is orange

”my favorite color is orange

”the details of the party is on the bottom of the orange poster”


Orange (fruit):
”i want to have an orange as my snack”

”this sherbet is orange flavored”

”this orange is rotten”
Q: Please show me example sentences with orange.
A: orange is a pulpy fruit which contain vitamin c reply if u get my pt.

Synonyms of "Orange" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between orange and tangerine ?
A: oranges come in different sizes they can be mandarins, navel, tangerine, clementines, blood,

https://guide.michelin.com/sg/features/a-guide-to-5-types-of-oranges/news
Q: What is the difference between orange and grapefruit ?
A: They are different fruits. An orange is smaller, orange in color, and sweet. Grapefruits are sour and bitter, yellowish, and bigger than oranges.
Q: What is the difference between I don't like oranges OR apples. and I don't like oranges NOR apples. ?
A: the mean the same thing. Although "or" would be more commonly said
Q: What is the difference between An orange tree is in the garden. and In the garden is an orange tree. ?
A: "An orange tree is in the garden" sounds more natural when speaking. The other sentence has correct grammar and it means the same thing, but I would expect to read this in a book or something.
Q: What is the difference between one less orange and one fewer orange ?
A: I'm fairly sure they are both correct but fewer sounds more formal and maybe a little bit archaic.

Translations of "Orange"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1. ส้มที่ปอกเปลือกแล้ว (peeled oranges)
2. ส้มที่ยังไม่ได้ปอกเปลือก (unpeeled oranges)
3. ส้มที่แกะเป็นกลีบ (orange segments)

Are they correct to say that in English
A: Yes.
Peeled oranges, unpeeled oranges, and orange segments are all correct in English.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? orange
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I like orange than
A: I would say “I prefer orange to...”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (ハンバーガーショップで)いくつのオレンジジュースがほしいですか←How many orange juice do you want?←OK?
A: Juices, or people here in america say "OJ", "OJ" means orange juice but it's easier to say oj or oj's 👍🏻
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? orange sky, before or after sunset
A: if you'll say it after sunset, then it's already dark... so i guess you can say that the sky is orange before and on sunset

Other questions about "Orange"

Q: The red and orange bags are (is)a little smaller than blue and khaki.
1:which one is correct? is or are?
2:dose this expression sond natural?please help me correct if it doesn't sound natural.thank u guys so much!
A: 1. "are" is correct
2. Yes it does 👍
Q: I can't cut the orange with this blunt knife.

or

I can't chop the orange with this blunt knife. does this sound natural?
A: Both of them work!
Q: I ate an orange that was gaven me by my mother. does this sound natural?
A: "I ate an orange that was given to me by my mother" or "My mother gave me an orange and I ate it" :)
Q: I looked ridiculous in that orange suit on the meeting. does this sound natural?
A: ​​almost perfect, it would sound more natural to say "I looked ridiculous in that orange suit (at/during) the meeting."
Q: The orange tree was bearing 28 fruits. does this sound natural?
A: "is・was bearing" は少し不自然です。
◯ "These trees bear fruit every year"
△ "How many fruits is this tree bearing?" 言わないと思います。
◯ "How many fruits(apples) are (growing) on this tree now?"

◯ "The orange tree had 28 oranges growing on it."
◯ "The orange tree bore 28 oranges last year."

"bear" is used to indicate the successful completion of a crop (要するに "produce" = 実がなる). So, you won't say, "it is bearing fruit". A tree can be "growing fruit" (途中)


「赤ちゃんを生む」 = "to bear a child" (to give birth).
◯ My wife bore a child (生みました)
◯ Wives bear children (生む)
△ My wife is bearing a child (今生んでる途中?? "giving birth"?!)

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