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

The meaning of "Plot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does plot hole mean?
A: when you are watching a movie or TV show and suddenly the story advances to a next stage without making any sense or taking the steps to get there, it is a plot hole. the story jumped over the hole. sometimes the hole is tiny and it's no big deal. but sometimes it's so big it ruins the show.
Q: What does murky plot mean?
A: The plot is hard to understand.
Q: What does plot mean?
A: there are several meanings...
1. a plot of land (a designated space or parcel of land)
2. to plot (to plan in a mischievous way)
3. plot of a story (what the story is about, the main events that happen)
Q: What does plot mean?
A: Plot, mm significa argumento o trama en cuanto a una historia o relato: ejemplo: el argumento o trama de Logan fue muy bueno v: etc.
Q: What does plot mean?
A: "Argumento"

Por ejemplo:

The plot of this film is...
- El argumento de esta historia es...

Example sentences using "Plot"

Q: Please show me example sentences with plot.
A: -The plot of this story is interesting
-I'm going to plant crops on a plot
-I bought a plot of land to build my house on
Q: Please show me example sentences with plot armor.
A: That important character won't die because his plot armor is pretty thick.
(It's an expression meaning that a character won't be killed off in a show because they are too important/developed/liked)
Q: Please show me example sentences with an evil plot.
A: The evil plot of Hitler's did not end with confiscating what the Jews had but with the final solution of extermination.
Q: Please show me example sentences with plot.
A: The Gunpowder Plot was a plan to blow up the British government.

Synonyms of "Plot" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between plotting and planning ?
A:
Plotting is usually used for bad situations.
“He was plotting to kill her.”
“She was plotting to steal money.”
Planning can be used for bad or good situations.
“He was planning to kill her.”
“She was planning a vacation.”
Overall planning in more commonly used.
Q: What is the difference between plot and scenario ?
A: Plot is like a storyline that connects many moments (example the plot of a novel is what happens in the novel). Scenario is a usually a short description of a scene or situation, explaining what is happening at a single moment in time.
Q: What is the difference between plot and conspiracy ?
A: The plot is the unfold of the story, when the missing pieces of a puzzle complete the story.

A conspiracy is the creation of a hidden plot, not known to many until later on

"they conspired to kill my wife." Was a conspiracy until it got revealed, then it became the plot
Q: What is the difference between plot and storyline ?
A: A plot has an idea of how one event leads to another. Writers call this causality.

A storyline is just the flow of the story. The interdependency of the events is not really important.

Translations of "Plot"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a telling plot
A: Hmmm you could say this but what does it mean? The plot is in the book so if you read the book and say it's a "telling plot" what is it telling? I would assume you meant that the book told you a lot about the author. If you are watching a film and finding it a bit simple and predictable, I'd say it was a "predictable plot" or an "inane plot" but not a "telling one...
If you are just reading the back cover of a book or a plot summary then I'd say "revealing plot" maybe...
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is a plot?
A: What is a plot
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? plot
A: fence, or railing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Like if you want to ask what the plot of the film is...What can I say?
A: Could you rephrase your question, I don't understand.

Other questions about "Plot"

Q: He is picky about the plot of movie. does this sound natural?
A: You would say; He is picky about the plot of the movie.
Q: what happens in it?
what's the main plot?
*while talking about a movie*
do you think they mean the same thing?
A: Yeah, sounds the same to me.
Q: The plot of this movie is roughly like this.

Is this question natural? If it's not, please let me know better expression. 🤗
A: But yes, your first sentence is natural 😄
Q: [We can sell all the plots to the end buyer within the shortest possible time that produces a profit quickly.] does this sound natural?
A: The sentence is a bit confusing but I think you could say, "If we can sell all the plots to the last buyer within the shortest possible time, that will produce/create a profit quickly." You could use either the word 'produce' or 'create'. Hope this helped
Q: Can you use plot talking about a book or it's just for movies?
A: Yes, you can use the word "plot" in reference to a book, a film, or really any storytelling media.

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