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

The meaning of "Penalty" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does late penalty mean?
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Q: What does penalty mean?
A: Which is more formal ? Help me
Q: What does What does " penalty" mean here? Goverment should require them to pay a penalty, such as higher tax or large fine mean?
A: A penalty is like, a punishment. Something someone does to you, because you did something wrong.

They also have penalties in sport - football, if you kick the ball outside, you get a penalty 🚫

In your example - they did something bad, so they have to pay a large fine 💰
Q: What does penalty clause mean?
A: A "penalty clause" is a paragraph or statement in a contract that says if you don't pay when the money is due, you have to pay a "penalty"; in other words, you have to pay more money.
Q: What does Although the penalty is considered to be a soft punch on the giant's arm. "arm"?? mean?
A: "A soft punch on the giant's arm" is meant figuratively as "lenient".
They're saying the punishment is very light (perhaps unjustly so)

Example sentences using "Penalty"

Q: Please show me example sentences with what’s different between penalty, penalize and punishment .
A: If the team cheats, they will recieve a penalty.

I will penalize the team that cheats.

For their punishment, they had to do 100 push ups.

Synonyms of "Penalty" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between penalty and punishment ?
A: penalty is mainy in games and business mostly but punishment is everywhere like in school law etc.

panalty can be of money
but punishment may be money
it can be physically mently or other type.
Q: What is the difference between penalty and punishment ?
A: Penalty you usually hear in Sports or other games which are usually rules in the game that punish fowl play. I think you can also hear Penalty as a legal term, like you parked wrong and now your penalty is to pay 50 bux.
They kinda mean the same thing, but Punishment sounds more severe. Like nobody ever died while receiving a penalty, things like execution or losing your whole life savings or something like that is definitely a Punishment.
Punishment also has this Medieval or Biblical tone. Like The Emperor Punished him, or the man was Punished by God himself.
While a Penalty is something you can walk away from with all your limbs and loved ones intact xD
You also use "Punish" a lot when talking about raising children. Since Children are so susceptible to any kind of stimulus any negative experience you give them is going to be Punishment.

Just read a lot of English and you'll see the difference in how the 2 words are used.
Q: What is the difference between penalty and punishment ?
A: A penalty is a strike while a punishment you have restrictions on what you can do
Q: What is the difference between penalty and punishment and fine ?
A: fine : a price you pay with cash for doing something wrong

penalty and punish are similar but penalty is used in sports and punish is used with naughty children

sentence is another similar word which means the same as penalty but applies to someone who lost a case in a court house

Translations of "Penalty"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I’ve received a penalty notice, but everywhere was written we can go through after 18 o’clock in the evening.
A: I’ve received a penalty notice, but all the signs indicated that we could go through after 18:00 (6 o’clock in the evening)

Either 18:00 or 6pm/6 o’clock in the evening
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? certify under penalty of perjury that I am not subject to California withholding. I meet the conditions set forth under the Service Member Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? penalty rates
A: oh okay that makes sense. Here we just say "paid overtime hours" or "time and a half". As I mentioned , we use the term penalty rates with fees and credit cards or with debts that's why I was a bit confused

Other questions about "Penalty"

Q: You'll be subject to the full penalty of law.

What does "full penalty of law" mean here? I'm not so sure what exactly it means.
A: It means you will get punished for everything the law says. lets say, for example, the law says this:
"If you go outside past midnight, you must pay a $100 fee".
In this case, you will pay $100 no matter what. that is what "full penalty of law" means. you will get punished for it no matter what
Q: The penalty fee is 6% per one year, and you need to pay the fee of the number of the overdue days.
does this sound natural?
A: "The penalty fee is 6% per year, and you need to pay the fee of the number of overdue days."
Very well written, nice job!
Q: The penalty will be charged if you miss a payment due without our agreement. does this sound natural?
A: "The penalty will be charged if you miss a payment without our (prior) agreement." This version is correct if you have described the penalty previously.

I would write, "The penalty will be charged if you miss a payment, unless we have made a prior agreement."

Q: we will impose some penalties does this sound natural?
A: a little robotic but not wrong. you can also say

there will now be consequences for...

there will be now be penalties for ......
Q: A: No!! He tripped him, where's the penalty?
B: They're oh and six. Let's take it down a notch.

I don't understand B. Can you restate it?
A: They have 0 wins and 6 losses. Let's calm down.

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