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

The meaning of "Paint" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does flaking paint mean?
A: Paint that is old, cracked, and worn out so that it is now coming off of the surface in flakes and small pieces.
Q: What does paint pottery mean?
A: Paint items made of clay
Q: What does "paint" in 160 mean?
A: in this context, "paint" means to point an invisible laser at a target, to "paint" it so it can be identified. this meaning is almost always used in the context of modern war.
Q: What does It's like watching paint dry. mean?
A: "Like watching grass grow" is another one with the same meaning.
Q: What does they're going to put a paint factory over on the south side of town. mean?
A: It's possible because the south side is some distance away from the speaker's location. It may be there to emphasize how far away the factory will be from, say, the center of town.

Example sentences using "Paint"

Q: Please show me example sentences with paint.
A: Paint your wagon, and ride along

I thought it was funny that my mum called makeup her war paint, but then i saw her office

The lead paint, flaking off the house for years, tasted delicious to the children
Q: Please show me example sentences with paint brush .
A:
Hey I need a paint brush.
Do you know where a paint brush is.
Can I change my paint brush.
I need to find the correct paint brush.

These are just a few that you can use.
Q: Please show me example sentences with paint.
A: Okay!
I like to paint flowers.
This red paint has a very vibrant color.
Q: Please show me example sentences with paint the town in red.
A: it is my birthday so we are going to paint the town red
or......we are going to paint the town
Q: Please show me example sentences with paint.
A: I like this color of paint for our bedroom.

Wow, this is a beautiful painting! Did you paint it?

I want to paint my dorm room hot pink.

Synonyms of "Paint" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between paint and draw ?
A: Drawは鉛筆やペンなどを使って描く事で、

Paintは絵の具を使って描く事です。
Q: What is the difference between paint and art ?
A: I like to paint every day.

Art is something beautiful.

Paint can often be used to make art.

Paint can come in different types such as oil or acrylic.
Q: What is the difference between paint and draw ?
A: paint-краска, рисовать

draw-чертеж, рисунок, рисовать

это синонимы
Q: What is the difference between paint and draw ?
A: To paint something is to use paint but draw is more like using pencil to outline/draw something.
They basically do the same thing but just differ based on what material you are using
Q: What is the difference between I love to create and paint. and I love creating and painting. and as I know verbs like "love and hate" are in gerund. ?
A: Both mean the same thing. The first uses infinitives and the second gerunds, and in your examples both are correct and equivalent. If there is a distinguishing nuance, I would say "creating" is more active and visceral, while "to create" is more intellectual. Others may not see any difference at all.

Translations of "Paint"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? paint wall in blue or paint wall blue ?
A: Paint the wall in blue
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? that paint would shine in the dark
A: Glow-in-the-dark paint/This paint will shine in the dark
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is paint spoiler?
A: It's not a natural sentence to me, but that's how I say it.

Other questions about "Paint"

Q: It's all of his paints and old color pencils. Does this sound natural?
A: That was perfect!!! Excellent!
Q: How can I differentiate paint to draw pictures from paint to paint the wall?
Are these spoken as the same "paint"?
Korean language have seperate words to mean those. (물감 vs 페인트)
A: you can use paint for both situations; wall and drawing. But when you are being specific you can say wall paint or house paint vs oil or acrylic paint or certain names for different paint. it just depends on which paint you use for drawing
Q: "paint the statue from the toes upwards on" Does this sound natural?
A: "Paint the statue from the toes up" is more natural.
Q: I decide to start a paint of a arch-shaped sleeping child. Does this sound natural?
A: You should say "I decided to start a painting of a child sleeping in the shape of an arch."
Q: What does "paint the town beige" in 169 mean?
A: "Paint the town red" means to go on a wild spree. "Paint the town beige" must be a rather lame spree by comparison.

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