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

The meaning of "Part" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does underlined part mean?
A: The author is saying that people are too concerned about what other people think of their posts on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). When she says "names on a screen", she means that the people you are worried about offending on social media are people that you don't even know in your real life. For example, they may be strangers who are following your Twitter feed.
Q: What does The part of your country. well, I think the ‘part’ is ..like LA, Chicago, London and so on... Is it right? It was one of the questions in IELTS 😭 mean?
A: It means "area" (It refers to a more specific place within another place)

For example, I live in California. What parts? I live in the L.A. area.
Q: What does this underlined part mean?
A: The part means "before the papers describing the state of the market must be given to the people who have invested money."
Q: What does this underlined part mean?
A: This company wants to use a new printing company, but the next assignments are important and they are not sure that the new company’s quality will be sufficient. They want to test them with a few less important assignments.
Q: What does what is your favorite part of being a musician mean?
A: What do you like the most about being a musician?

Example sentences using "Part"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I took part.
A: Took part = participated
So,

I took part in a race.

I took part in eating the giant pizza.

I took part in the school play.

Basically, where you can say "I participated in" you can say "I took part in"
Q: Please show me example sentences with part of me.
A: @Ri-na It can be:

A part of me will always be in the Antarctic, with the penguins.

... it means they have a place in my heart, I think of them, etc.

Or...

A part of me wishes I had kept up tap dancing lessons.

... it means it's something that's in the back of my mind.

I think these are the two main uses.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a big part of.
A: Breaking up with her was difficult because she was a big part of my life.

The company lost a lot of income when their best salesman left because he was a big part of their sales.

You can’t forget about the cheese because it’s a big part of the pizza.

Knowledge is a big part of my life because I want to be able to have intelligent conversations.
Q: Please show me example sentences with part with.
A: It's easier to part with a friend, than it is to part with a pet. Or so I'm told.

One way or another, married couples will inevitably have to part with each other.

I don't know if I could ever part with my phone! It's impossible!
Q: Please show me example sentences with as much a part of one's life as.
A: "Socializing is just as much a part of one's life as learning."

"A good diet is as important in one's life as is regular exercise."

"Learning from your mistakes is just as important in one's life as being successful."

ごめん。「as much a part of one's life」を使うは難しいんです。もっと手伝いたいですが、すみません。

Synonyms of "Part" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between take part in and join ?
A: i think take part used in games or play and join can be used to set with other on a dinner or a breakfast
Q: What is the difference between part and counterpart ?
A: part= a piece of something, a snipit of information

counterpart = is something that has a similar function to the original

" this is my part of the the shed."

"my wife is my counterpart"

Q: What is the difference between a normal part of people's everyday life and a normal part in people's everyday life ?
A: For that sentence, this sounds better
Online shopping has become a normal part of people's everyday lives.
OR
Online shopping has become a normal in people's everyday lives.
Q: What is the difference between take part and partake ?
A: Same meaning!
Q: What is the difference between take part in and participate in ?
A: They're pretty much the same, participate in is the formal version of take part in,you usually take part in activities such as sports,classes,picnic,... and participate in organized events such as festivals,competitions,...

Translations of "Part"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Write me please what is that part of a chair called that our arms rest on?
A: Arm rests
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is the financial part of London called?
A: The city.

It refers to the City of London which is the historic centre of London where the major financial companies have their offices.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London

She works in the city as an investment banker.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the part of a coat or a jacket that you can put on your head
A: the hood
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The part of words people speak in a novel in contrast with the others like one referring to situation.
A: De nada c:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you call to this part? Google translate said it's "sucker", in México it is a "chupón" or "ventosa"? How do you said to this thing? Please!
A: suction cup!

Other questions about "Part"

Q: In this part of a script:” I was thinking just yesterday about how uncanny it is that I host a podcast.” what is the meaning of ”just”? Is it necessary to use that? does it make the sentence sound more natural?
A: In this sentence, "just" is a way to show that the speaker was thinking about the topic of the sentence very recently. It is not entirely necessary, but it does help make the sentence sound more natural by implying that the time frame was recent. For example, if I were to write:

I was actually at the mall just yesterday! - Implies that I have already been there and, thus, the mall is something I did very recently. Places emphasis on time as well as the word yesterday.

I was actually at the mall yesterday! - Same meaning, but less emphasis is on the word yesterday, so the sentence implies time in a more subtle way.
Q: does the infected part heal/recover when you take off the piercing out of your tongue? Does this sound natural?
A: × does the infected part heal/recover when you take off the piercing out of your tongue?
✓ does the infected part heal/recover when you take the piercing out of your tongue?

Q: i know what it's like to be a part of Familly
A: Correct!
Q: This part are preverbs accumulated through repeated empirical evidence from folk wisdom with the characteristics of deep trust and wide circulation among people. Does this sound natural?
A: @RitaLinine
This chapter of my book contains a collection of proverbs passed down by many generations over thousands of years. Initially these stories were trusted by faith. Eventually empirical scientific evidence would prove the knowledge spread by early folklore.

just a guess on your topic...
Q: It’s the part of my hometown. Does this sound natural?
A: It’s the part of my hometown.

Very close to sounding natural. I would change this to: “It’s part of my hometown.”

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