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

The meaning of "Part" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the latter part of 1104 mean?
A: "Too smart for their own good" is a way of insulting someone by saying their intelligence gets them in trouble. For example, a cop too smart for her own good might correctly realize something in a situation is wrong, and while trying to find the answer ends up endangering her life (when a less intelligent cop who didn't realize something was wrong would go about their business).
Q: What does the first part of 306 mean?
A: "a for instance" is simply a complicated way to say "an example"; "by way of" in this case means "as", so the speaker has found a more complicated way to say "as an example" or "for example". People do this to put some variety into the way they talk, but generally it's not needed. It just makes them sound too verbose.
Q: What does the latter part of 325 mean?
A: It means to do something very slowly and dramatically. To translate it directly:

価値・楽しみ・力などを最後まで絞り出す
Q: What does the latter part of 1641 mean?
A: Bullshit = lies
Spread a lot of lies around.

Q: What does the latter part of line 852 mean?
A: The way (direction) that you were looking. The difference is very important in this example.

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: This is a part of my graduation thesis.

I researched that whether how to compliment in American English change depends on the human relationships. Compliment here means people tell other person that positive evaluation and promote conversation or be more harmonious relations.A previous study shows that compliments in American English are formulaic in nature(Manes& Wolfson,1981) but whether Americans distinguish some patterns of compliments depending on human relationships or not is not clear so I researched that. does this sound natural?
A: This is a part of my graduation thesis.

I researched whether compliments in American English are dependent on human relationships. Giving a compliment means people give other people a positive evaluation and promote them through conversation, thus achieving more harmonious relations. A previous study shows that compliments in American English are formulaic in nature (Manes & Wolfson, 1981). But, whether or not Americans distinguish some patterns of compliments depending on human relationships is not clear, so I researched that.
Q: Which part of my speaking should I improve? He went home for a nap after lunch. he was under doctors orders to take a nap every day.
A: You need to speak from the diaphragm, more power to vowels
Q: The hardest part when vacuuming a room is to clean corners. does this sound natural?
A: The hardest part of vacuuming a room is cleaning the corners.
Q: What does the underlined part mean?
“Just as well for him, as he agreed when he came to his senses.”
A: In this context, “just as well for him” means that it was a good thing he didn’t find matches... it was better for him that he couldn’t find them. After he came to his senses, he agrees with that judgement.. that is, he realized it was good that he didn’t find matches.
Q: What does the underlined part mean?
“and also not working with their own hands more than they could help”?
A: The sentence is talking about “things that always delight them“. AND ALSO (in addition to being delighted by wheels, engines, explosions), another delight was avoiding manual labour (not working with their hands) more than they could help (“could help” = what they could manage to avoid).
—Does this help?

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