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

The meaning of "Pocket" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sit in the pocket and trade mean?
A: It is a place where both fighters are in range to hit each other and it is a place that makes power shots much more significant.  Trade...not sure what this might mean ..perhaps exchange blows or change strategies
Q: What does ‎What does playing with himself through his pocket mean?
mean?
A: It means touching your penis with your hand in the pocket of your pants.
To play with yourself means to masturbate.
Q: What does pockets of excellence mean?
A: "Pockets of excellence" means isolated or specific places or regions where things are excellent.
Q: What does pocket money mean?
A: It is extra money that you're not using to save up for something
Q: What does I have little pockets here and there. mean?
A: It means periodically he "trips" again since the hallucinogens are still in his system.

Example sentences using "Pocket"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Out of pocket .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with ✓ out of pocket..
A: I bought some tickets for the concert next week but had to refund them as my wide is ill. They refunded most of the cost but not all of it, soI am out of pocket by about £5.
Q: Please show me example sentences with out of pocket .
A: I am disorganized, because since I left home I feel out of pocket.
I didn't recognize her. I don't remember people who I see them out of pocket.
Q: Please show me example sentences with what does out of pocket expanse mean ?.
A: An out of pocket expense is one that you pay all by yourself without using loans.

“It is rare for students to be able to pay for their tuition out of pocket.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with deep pocket .
A:
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Synonyms of "Pocket" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pocket money and allowance ?
A: They are the same it just depends where you are from. In America they mostly use allowance but in England they use pocket money however many people say both in England. I hope that makes sense 🥺
Q: What is the difference between I'm going to play pocket billiard with my girlfriend. and I'll play pocket billiard with my girlfriend. ?
A: theyre basically the same but the difference lies on the certainty that the event will happen.

when you say "will play" the possibilty of it happening is greater than when you say "going to"

but when you want it to become more certain..you say "I shall".

i hope that helps..
Q: What is the difference between What do you have in your pocket? and What is in your pocket? ?
A: 同じです。
Q: What is the difference between pocket and packet ?
A: Packet is a small bundle or parcel. e.g. a packet of letters, a packet of biscuits

Pocket is a bag stitched to an item of clothing.
Q: What is the difference between pocket money and extra money ?
A: pocket money is a set allowance you would give to a child maybe weekly just to spend on sweets etc
or for good behaviour reward them by giving pocket money.
say you giv £3.00 a week..but they've been really good you will give an extra £1.00
so its that little bit extra

Translations of "Pocket"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? like a pocket buys ( something little that you buy)
A: I would say a "pocket money gift" or, if a talking about a toy, a "pocket money toy".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mere pocket me kya hai bata sakte ho
A: "Can you tell me what is in my pocket?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pocket
A: pu ho ket
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pocket
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Pocket"

Q: You know it as your own pocket does this sound natural?
A: We say "I know it like the back of my hand".
Q: I looking through my pockets and was found keys does this sound natural?
A: I was looking through my pockets and found my keys.
Q: tuck in the pocket. does this sound natural?
A: if you're talking to a person say
"tuck in your pocket"
Q: I must’ve pocket-dialed you.
I must be pocket dialed you.
どちらもよく使われる表現ですか?
A: "I must've pocket dialed you." is common and natural.

"I must be pocket dialed you" is not natural.
Q: I appeal to mum for some pocket money does this sound natural?
A: Appeal is very formal, it seems unnatural in this sentence. A better way to say it would be "I asked my mom for some pocket money"

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