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

The meaning of "Phenomenon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This phenomenon can be partly attributed to the common counterproductive approach to study(making extreme efforts to memorise,tensing muscle,including fatigue),but it also simply reflects the way the brain functions.whats the meaning of atributed and mean?
A: This phenomenon can be partly attributed to the common counterproductive approach to study (making extreme efforts to memorise, tensing muscles, *inducing fatigue), but it also reflects the way the brain functions.

attributed to
means
resulting from
or
because of

counterproductive
counter- is a prefix and makes it the opposite in this word
not productive
futile
useless

inducing fatigue
means
causing fatigue
causing tiredness / exhaustion



Q: What does A phenomenon has been sweeping the UK - the pop-up shop. mean?
A: It means a new fad (or style) has been becoming popular in the UK.

A pop-up shop is a store that rents a location for a short time, and then closes. For example, a fashion designer might open a store for 2 months to sell new clothes, and then close the store. Or a fancy restaurant might open for two weeks, and then close. We have them here in New York as well.
Q: What does phenomena mean?
A: @Think07 u may be right i didn't notice or simply didn't read the word and simply replied i am idiot.... i checked the dictionary you were right
Q: What does phenomenon mean?
A:
a fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, especially one whose cause or explanation is in question.
aka: something that we know happens but we can not explain.
Q: What does a very real phenomenon mean?
A: Phenonmenon: an occurence, event, incident, marvel or miracle.

Example: The Aurora Borealis is a very real phenomenon.

Example sentences using "Phenomenon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with phenomena.
A: a lunar eclipse is a strange yet mesmerizing phenomena.

volcanic eruptions, Hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes are a natural phenomenas that cause destruction.

shooting stars are beautiful, there's something about this phenomena that makes you wonder about what else is up there!.

scientists still don't know what causes the " sailing stones " phenomena.

myths are stories that explains a natural phenomenon.

in my opinion natural phenomenons are amazing to study and learn more about.
Q: Please show me example sentences with phenomenon.
A: @cupidbistro5: ghost are a phenomenon they can't be really explain by science no one has the answers 👻👻 but they are quiet intresting to read about so are urban legends
Q: Please show me example sentences with phenomenon.
A: 1. The phenomenon of night changing into day is remarkable.

2. We learned a very interesting phenomenon in our physics class.

Synonyms of "Phenomenon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between phenomenon and phenomena ?
A: Phenomenon is singular. Phenomena is plural.
Q: What is the difference between phenomena and phenomenon ?
A: Phenomena is the plural of phenomenon.

For example:
"This is a particularly interesting phenomenon, especially when it is considered as part of the group of phenomena we're studying."
Q: What is the difference between phenomena and phenomenon ?
A: Phenomenon is singular, phenomena is plural. One phenomenon, or many phenomena.
Q: What is the difference between "phenomenon" and "phenomena" ?
A: singular versus the plural
many phenomena
one phenomenon

Translations of "Phenomenon"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is phenomenon mean?
A: “What does phenomenon mean?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can say "phenomenon" in English?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? phenomenon
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? phenomenon
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the phenomenon that some topics spread immediately on Internet all over the world
A: Those topics "go viral"

Other questions about "Phenomenon"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce phenomenon.
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Q: this phenomenon is because wives are working outside the home, in others because husbands do not insist on breakfast.

what does " in others " mean here?
Is it "on the other hand"?
A: It does not mean “on the other hand”. It means “it can also be because”. Think of it like this:
This phenomenon is because wives are working outside the home. It can also be because husbands do not insist on breakfast.
Q: It's phenomenon that occurs in conditions of windless and sunny etc in early spring every year. does this sound natural?
A: It would be better to say "It's a phenomenon that occurs every year in the windless and sunny conditions of early spring."
Q: Could you tell me is it right?
There is phenomenon that most of working people always sit in front of computer for a long time to work
A: that makes sense don't worry, I just changed it in my answer because I wrote "when working" at the end. I didn't want to repeat the word 'working' twice :)
Q: This phenomenon occurs even if only to a small extent does this sound natural?
A: "even if only" could seem redundant (it does to me), or it could seem acceptable.
To avoid the uncertainty, you could say just "if only."

"This phenomenon occurs (OR does occur [emphasizes that, yes, it does indeed happen, after all!]), if only to a small extent."

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