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

The meaning of "Pie" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does If you care about me "at all," you'll get the pie out of the man's hood. mean?
A: in this sentence "at all" means "in any way" or "even a little bit"

if you care about me even a little bit, ...

if you care about me in any way, ...

Q: What does make a pie from scratch mean?
A: сделать пирог с нуля
Q: What does pie charts mean?
A: This is an example of a pie chart. It is just a circular chart that is cut into portions like "slices of pie".

I must disagree with my peaceful uncle above, though, as I think the addition of "pie charts" at the end of the comment is funny and fitting. Like, he didn't just bring facts, he made whole charts!
Q: What does That's pie in the sky! mean?
A: It's something that you hope will happen, but it's very unlikely that it will - "It's pie in the sky to think that I'll win the National Lottery."
Q: What does “a pie in the sky” mean?
A: A dream/goal that is pleasant to think about but very unlikely to happen.

Example sentences using "Pie"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sweet as pie.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with easy as pie.
A: The work in class was easy as pie
Cleaning the car was easy as pie
Your name is easy as pie
Q: Please show me example sentences with eat humble pie.
A: Jose Mourinho of Manchester United boasted to bring United back to top of English football. After finishing sixth he had to eat humble pie and admit it was more difficult than he thought.
Q: Please show me example sentences with easy as pie.
A: The test was as easy as pie.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a pie in the sky.
A: Pie in the sky is wishful thinking eg I want to retire soon but that's just pie in the sky (because I can't afford to retire)

Synonyms of "Pie" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between All of the pie is gone. and All of the pies are gone. ?
A: "all of the pie is gone" doesn't sound very natural but it would mean that every piece of that ONE pie is gone. (saying "the whole pie is gone" is better)
"All of the pies are gone" means that there were multiples pies, but now they are ALL gone.
Q: What is the difference between as easy as pie and a piece of cake ?
A: They both mean the same exact thing! :) Just two different ways to say it.
Q: What is the difference between pie and cake ?
A: Pie on the left, cake on the right.
Q: What is the difference between pie and cake ?
A: pie usually has a crust at the bottom and top with filling inside. cake is more like bread but soft all the wayy through. of course with a totally different flavor than bread. cake doesnt have a crust like bread.
Q: What is the difference between pie and cake ?

Translations of "Pie"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pies
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pies
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pies
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pies
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pies
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Other questions about "Pie"

Q: He brought cherry pie ,even though I decided not to eat sweets. does this sound natural?
A: If you say "brought me", the contrast between the sentences becomes more clear. Also, you could use past perfect tense to indicate that "the decision" occurred before the event of "buying cherry pie":

"He brought me cherry pie, even though I had decided not to eat sweets."
Q: Japanese must usually associate pie with an apple pie , but I made a strawberry pie today because my sister said to me “l want to eat a strawberry pie. ”. In fact, she is going to take a national examination of care worker tomorrow. Since she always has a smile on her face and l was encouraged by her smile through the most difficult time of my life, l wanted to support her this time by fulfilling her wishes. After l made it, I ate it with my family for dinner. It is not a fat forms such as an apple pie, but it is very delicious. One thing I thought is that it is wonderful to action for someone who I love. Tomorrow, my sister will pass the examination by a strawberry pie. I hope it !


英語が苦手ですが、添削して頂ければ、幸いです。
A: 上手ですね!

Japanese usually associate pie with apple pie, but I made a strawberry pie today because my sister said to me “l want to eat a strawberry pie."

In fact, she is going to take a national examination for care workers tomorrow. Since she always has a smile on her face and l was encouraged by her smile through the most difficult time of my life, l wanted to support her this time by fulfilling her wishes.

After l made it, I ate it with my family for dinner. It is not as fattening as an apple pie, but it is very delicious. One thing I thought is that it is a wonderful thing to do for someone who I love. Tomorrow, my sister will pass the examination because of a strawberry pie. That's my hope!
Q: The first pie graph compares the amount of energy used for six different purposes in an average Australian home, and the second chart shows the proportion of greenhouse gases produced by using the Australian household. does this sound natural?
A: Really good!!
The ending could be edited a little:
"...the second chart shows the proportion of greenhouse gases produced by the average Australian household."

Otherwise it's amazing!
Q: This pie chart shows how people think the costs of adult education should be shared, what is the difference between (individual vs taxpayer)?
I don't need the definition, but explanation
A: I think "individual" refers to the students who are taking the course, i.e. they should pay 40% of the costs out of their own pocket. "Taxpayer" refers to taxation collected by the government, i.e. 25% of the costs should be paid with tax revenue.
Q: I recently ate a pie, it was so delicious! Do you like a pie? does this sound natural?
A: "do you like a pie" is a little bit unnatural, just remove the "a". so its gonna be "do you like pie?"

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