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

The meaning of "Ou" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Flex" ou "Flexing" , vejo pessoas falarem "You are just flexing." o que significa? mean?
A: bragging or showing off
Q: What does You want to hang ou with me? mean?
A: Hang out= get together and do somthing, have coffee and talk etc
Q: What does ai ou ain't mean?
A: あい (ai) - love
Sorry I don't know what おう(ou) means someone else has to answer that

*EDIT* I thought I was in the Japanese section I'm sorry ( ;´Д`)
Q: What does Está ou estar mean?
A: Estar= to be
Está= is (a conjugação por he/she/it)
Q: What does I'm in ou I'm down mean?
A: It's an agreement; someone could ask, "do you want to go to the movies tomorrow?" and you could reply, "I'm in". It could mean you want to go somewhere or do something.

Example sentences using "Ou"

Q: Please show me example sentences with she, ou woman .
A: She is a very beautiful;
She is very kind;
She is a girl;
She= it is used when a subject is feminine

That woman is very elegant;
En english, "she" and "woman" can also be found in the same sentence. For example:
I am a men and she is a woman;
She is a woman

Q: Please show me example sentences with almoço, almoçar ou almoçando.
A: Today I had lunch at Papa's Restaurant.
Q: Please show me example sentences with must ou should.
A: "Wearing a safety helmet beyond this area is a must."
"You should do your homework before attend your class."
Q: Please show me example sentences with will ou going to.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with Didn't understood ou Didn't understand?.
A: " I didn't understand you. You were not understood." We would not use "didn't understood."

Synonyms of "Ou" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A ou an and One ?
A: They mean the same. You can use either of them with singular nouns. The indefinite articles 'a & an' are used with singular nouns. And 'one' indicates the quantity which is singular.
Q: What is the difference between ou and on ?
A: There isn't an English word for ou.
Q: What is the difference between very ou much and a lot ?
A: There are too many people here.
Há pessoas demais aqui.

There is too much water here.
Há água demais aqui.

Many é usado com substantivos contáveis, e o much com os incontáveis (você não pode dizer waters).

Drink a lot of water.
Beba muita água.

Meet a lot of people.
Conheça muitas pessoas.

A lot of sigifica muito e é usado com qualquer substantivo.

Thanks a lot.
Muito obrigado.

We talked a lot.
Nós conversamos muito.

My grandmother lived a lot: 102 years!
Minha avó viveu muito: 102 anos!

Neste caso a lot é um advérbio, mas se usa com verbos.

Brazilian summer is very hot.
O verão brasileiro é muito quente.

This is a very pretty landscape.
Essa é uma paisagem muito bonita.

Very é um advérbio, mas se usa com adjetivos.

Translations of "Ou"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “leitor voraz”...ou uma expressão para alguém que lê muito
A: Não, as únicas frases que usamos são "voracious reader" e "avid reader". No entanto, é muito comum adicionar "-aholic" às palavras, então se você disser "readaholic", as pessoas vão entender imediatamente.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ou se trouve le restaurant le plus proche ?
A: Where is the nearest restaurant?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “Oi amor” ou “Bom dia, amor”
A: Tem diversas formas de dizer "amor/amorzinho" em inglês.

As que eu consigo pensar agora são:
- honey (mel)
- darling (querido/querida)
- sweetie (docinho)

Exemplos de uso:
- Good morning, honey = Bom dia, amor
- Hi, darling = Oi, amor
- Hello, sweetie = Oi, amorzinho
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ou como pronuncia o TH da palavra this?
A: Como um D
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lêndeas ou piolhos
A: piolho - lice (laice)
lêndeas - nit

Other questions about "Ou"

Q: it would save me's in the past ou the futur ?
A: future.
past: it would have saved me
Q: "a" ou "an" antes de "huge"?
A: A huge mistake.
A huge mess.
A huge monster.
Q: How are you ou how are you? (With different stress). Does this sound natural?
A: They both sound perfect
Q: I'm Really sorry" ou "I really am sorry"?
A: I'm really sorry
Q: I'm going to buffet.
Definitely, I'll put ou weight. Does this sound natural?
A: You could say "I'm going to a buffet. I'll definitely put on weight."

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