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

The meaning of "Pill" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does she's a real pill mean?
A: She is annoying and difficult
Q: What does Take a red pill mean?
A:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_pill_and_blue_pill
Q: What does the red pill. mean?
A: It's a reference to a scene in the movie The Matrix. Here's a link to a youtube link with part of the scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE7PKRjrid4

When people say to take the red pill, they're basically saying that instead of accepting the easy, comfortable explanation (the blue pill), you're willing to give up comfort for the truth.
Q: What does two pills, twice a day
Does it mean that I should eat one pill in each time and two pills whole day? mean?
A: It means 4 pills a day.

Take 2 in the morning, and 2 again at night.
Q: What does pills mean?
A: pills is plural of pill. which is a solid form of a drug. a bit small in size so you can easily swallow.

how many pills did you take?

Example sentences using "Pill"

Q: Please show me example sentences with a hard/bitter pill to shallow.
A: A bad experience that you could not avoid, this is compared to swallowing a terribly bitter tablet (pill) (medicine).
Their break-up has been for him a bitter pill to swallow. He is devastated.
If you get caught, her retribution will be a bitter pill to swallow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a bitter pill.
A: "A bitter pill to swallow" is a phrase that means something unpleasant, disappointing, or humiliating that you have to endure. Examples:

"Failing my English exam was a bitter pill to swallow"

"Having to work a job I hated was a bitter pill to swallow"

"Giving in to North Korea's demands is a bitter pill to swallow"
Q: Please show me example sentences with hard pill to swallow.
A: Getting poor results was a hard/bitter pill to swallow.
Her brother marrying her enemy was a bitter/hard pill to swallow for her.
Q: Please show me example sentences with it's a hard pill to swallow.
A: My mom just told me she will get a divorce .. it's a hard pill to swallow
When I found out that my mother has cancer, it was a hard pill to swallow... etc

Synonyms of "Pill" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pill and medicine ?
A: A pill is a small capsule or solid that you swallow. It can be a medicine, but it doesn’t have to be. For example, there are sleeping pills. You swallow them to help you sleep at night

Medicine is a remedy you use to treat or prevent diseases and illnesses. It can be a pill, but there are other ways it comes too. For example, some medicine comes in a liquid form
Q: What is the difference between pill and tablet ?
A: A tablet is always made of pressed powder into a shape.

A pill is a general word for a piece of medicine. A pill can be a tablet, or have liquid inside, or little balls inside.
Q: What is the difference between pill bug and roly poly ?
A: Those are regional terms for the same animal. Some regions also call it a potato bug.
Q: What is the difference between pill and tablet ?
A: A pill has medicine inside the dissolvable outer layer. A tablet is usually circular and cannot be opened. 💊 that’s a pill.
Q: What is the difference between pill and medicine and drug ?
A: Pill is a form of medicine or a drug that you have to swallow with or without water. A pill is considered a medicine or a drug. Drugs and medicine are the same thing, as they are a form of a substance that helps your health. However drugs most often than not is a word used to refer to illegal substances like cocaine, weed, amphetamine and others rather than the medicine. Calling paracetamol a medicine or a drug is both correct, calling cocaine a drug is correct, calling cocaine a medicine is not.

Translations of "Pill"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is it natural to say ;

I became I don't have to take these pills anymore.

Is there these kinds of expression?
"like I became I don't have to"

(that means, in the past I had to, but now I don't have to)
A:

You can do that. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? did you eat pills? is that natural?
A: If you are asking someone, then this sounds more accurate:

Did you take your pills?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pill
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Pill"

Q: The pill is you can get balance of one day.
その薬は1日の栄養が取れる薬。 does this sound natural?
A: The pill can give you a full day's worth of balanced nutrients.
その薬は1日の栄養が取れる薬。
Q: All the pills that I have hadn't efficacy. However the steroid injection quite lessened my pain. But the problem is that it won't good on my bones if I continue to use it according I heard. hadn does this sound natural?
A: The pills weren't effective, however the steroid injections lessened my pain quite a bit. The problem is that, according to what I've heard, it isn't good for my bones if I continue to use it.
Q: Take a pill if you are sick, don't hold back. does this sound natural?
A: Perhaps, “If you’re sick, take some medicine, don’t hesitate!”
Q: 입국심사시 세관이 물어볼때.

이것들은 수면제에요.
They're sleeping pills.

정확히 8주치에요. 저는 이곳에 8주 머물거에요
They are 8 weeks worth of medicine. I'm staying for 8 weeks.

영문처방전도 가지고 있어요.
I have a prescription in English.
A: Sounds good to me. You could also say,

They’re prescription sleeping pills. I have the prescription with me. I’m staying for 8 weeks and they are 8 weeks worth of pills.

FYI - In the US, people are expected to carry prescription pills in the original prescription bottle that they get from the pharmacy.
Q: how many pill do I need to take a day ? does this sound natural?
A: "how many pills do I need to take a day?"

or "how many pills do I take a day?"

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