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

The meaning of "Partner" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does partner in crime mean?
A: The phrase partner in crime means
means accomplice — anyone who assists with the plotting or actual committing of a criminal act.

example :you and me will steal candy from a shop together , so you are my partner in crime because we are doing this together.
Q: What does She was amazed at how supportive her partner could be, even in the middle of a test with no easy means of communication. mean?
A: It means there was no easy way to talk during the test. Talking would have been difficult.
Q: What does Spotting partner mean?
A: For instance, person who helps and watches during weight training, in case help is needed during the lift.
Q: What does So eventually I asked my partner if he could not let me take it. , meaning I would have to sneak it up, which she realised and wouldn't let me. mean?
A: What is this from it doesn't quite sound like natural english.

sounds like,
I asked a guy if he would let me take something, but if he said no I would have to take it up secretly. But she found out and wouldn't let me.


The fact that it says partner and then him and then she is very confusing. and also they way it is using "could not let me" is bad grammar actually sounds like real life bad grammar but still.

I guess someone wanted to take something and if told no planned to steal it but was caught and stopped from taking it.
Q: What does partner in crime mean?
A: It's a figure of speech meaning "really close friend"

Example sentences using "Partner"

Q: Please show me example sentences with partner.
A:
それは二人を意味します。Place the children in pairs so that each has a partner.

Synonyms of "Partner" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between partner and couple ?
A: a partner is someone you love and a couple is describing 2 people that love each other the difference is the amount of people for each term
Q: What is the difference between Would you like to be partner with other person? and would you like to be partner with someone else? ?
A: the first sentence is inncorect Grammer you wouldn't say it that way the second one is correct and should be used
Q: What is the difference between partners and classmates ?
A: Classmate - you only call them that when you go to the same school or your on the same grade
while partner are pairs and can have in different places or events
example
Jhonny was my classmate in 3rd grade at Ridgewood High

I found a partner at the park who is willing to join the cheese fest
Q: What is the difference between partners and partness ?
A: A partner is a person who takes part in an undertaking with another or others, especially in a job or business. partness was first used in a book by D.H Lawrence. it basically means the fact or quality of being partial or incomplete. it could also be a separate entity,but it's not the same as partners. they have to partake in something with you, usually business to be partners.
Q: What is the difference between partner and buddy ?
A: Partner: someone with whom you work with on something (project, assignment, etc.) OR your significant other. Some speakers use the word partner instead of boyfriend/girlfriend or wife/husband.

Buddy: friend, pal

Translations of "Partner"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How true? The partners.... their contracts with each other after the conflict.

A. Broke
B. Tore
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? partner in crime
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? partner
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? will you be my partner??
A: Would you like to be my boyfriend/girlfriend?

Do you want to/wanna date?

Do you want to/wanna go out?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? partner
A: you don't pronounce the "T" right??

Other questions about "Partner"

Q: If you can find out your partner's whereabouts by chatting, you can be reassured. Does this sound natural?
A: A little unnatural. It would sound a little more natural "if you can find out your partner's whereabouts by chatting, you may rest assured"
Q: what does 'partner in crime' mean? are we supposed to take the literal meaning or is there a hidden meaning?
A: a partner in crime is someone who will always be by your side through the good and bad
Q: I will manage multiple partners and customers and plan stable and expand sales result every year. Does this sound natural?
A: It's sort of up to personal preference, but I personally would change it to something more along the lines of:

I will manage multiple partners and customers, plan stable and expand sale results every year.
Q: hello
I want a partner to exchange our language
A: @arsham: I am interested (:
Q: I want to find a partner to improve my oral English.
A: Do you have Wechat? ^^

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