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

The meaning of "Passenger" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does About five passengers were waiting outside to use the toilet. I just closed the door again. And then to top it all, when we landed at Istanbul there was a delay of an hour before we could get off the plane because of a problem in the airport. mean?
A: If you have been describing bad things that have happened and then you say "to top it all", it means that the final thing that you want to say is even worse than all the other things you've just described.
Q: What does passenger with seats in row one to 25 are now invited to board the plane mean?
A: If your plane ticket has row 1-25 on it then you may go on the plane, if not you have to wait
Q: What does Would passengers ob flight BA 4084 to Paris please go to check-in desk 22 mean?
A: It's s polite way of telling or asking someone to do something. You use 'would' instead of 'will'. For example;
- Would you be available by 2pm?
- Would you bring it over?
Q: What does passenger well mean?
A: It's were your legs and feet go in the front of a car. Think of the space in front of the passenger seat.

Sometimes called the foot-well.

Synonyms of "Passenger" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a passenger in a seat nearby and a passenger in a nearby seat ?
A: They mean the same thing. They both mean that a person is somewhere close to you.
Example: A passenger in a seat nearby was being rude.
Example: A passenger in a nearby seat was being rude.
Q: What is the difference between First-class passengers may carry two pieces of baggege. and First-class passengers can carry two pieces of baggege. ?
A: Practically speaking, they are both the same. However, I prefer the first one because "may" is used only for "permission" in this context whereas "can" is used for both "permission" and "ability." So may feels a little better to me.
Q: What is the difference between passenger airline and plane ?
A: "plane" (also called "airplane" in US English or "aeroplane" in UK English) is a generic term for any aircraft that has wings and has propellor(s) or jet engine(s).

"passenger airline" refers to a company that primarily provides air transportation to passengers (as opposed to an airline for cargo/shipments). Examples of passenger airlines include American Airlines, Delta, Emirates, Air France, British Airways, etc.
Q: What is the difference between To ensure passenger safety, please keep your seatbelt fastened. and To ensure passenger safety that please keep your seatbelt fastened. ?
A: Same thing but number 2 is worded differently
Q: What is the difference between passengers sit in zone 2 and passengers seat in zone 2 ?
A: sit is the verb and seat is a noun

Translations of "Passenger"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? passenger
A: “passenger”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is my English correct?

are you departing passenger or arrival passenger?

A: A little unnatural. Try ‘Are you departing or arriving?’
That’s a little more natural and easier to say.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if i want to ask passenger " Do you want to take expreesway ? is that correct ?
A: I would ask “Would you mind if we took the expressway”?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How to ask politely your passenger get out of the car
A: You should say politely in low voice..
'could you please close my car's door after you out
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does "passenger compartment"mean?I look up dictionary but still can't translate in Chinese.Can anybody tell me about that?
A: In other words, it's like a drawer in front of the passenger seat.

Other questions about "Passenger"

Q: 1) Can I take a passenger with me?

2) What's kind of passenger's policy, do you have? does this sound natural?
A: 1) correct 2) correct way: What kind of passenger policy do you have?
Q: A passenger is ascending into the bus. does this sound natural?
A: It is a correct sentence, but very formal. In coversation we would say "getting" instead of "ascending".
Q: I ask the passengers on the window sides to close the curtains.
or
The passengers on the window sides, please close the curtains. does this sound natural?
A: "Please" is better than "I ask"
But if you want to be more firm, you could use "we ask." This implies that the bus company as a whole is setting the rules and it is better received.

As far as side or sides, I'm not sure, but I have a feeling that "side" is sufficient and it's not confusing.
Q: Now the passengers on the right side seats can see the Mout. Fuji. does this sound natural?
A: Now the passengers on the right side of the seats can see Mount Fuji.
Q: The passengers were surprised at the sudden stop of the train.It was announced that someone at the station was touched and hurt by the train. does this sound natural?
A: なるほど。If that's the case then:

The passengers were surprised "by" the sudden stop of the train. It was announced that someone at the station was touched and hurt by the train.

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