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

The meaning of "Poetic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does apt

It sounds poetic and apt mean?
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Q: What does it is rather poetic,but it is of no great consequences. mean?
A: It means that it’s it beautiful or pleasing but not important.
Q: What does poetic justice mean?
A: the fact of experiencing a fitting or deserved retribution for one's actions.
Q: What does the poetic sound bite mean?
A: A beautiful, but short digital copy of something, maybe a song

Example sentences using "Poetic"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
🍒Please tell me any stunning poetic idioms or expressions you know. 🍒



E.g) I love you to the moon and back.💫.
A: I really like this expression--> "He wears his heart on his sleeve." = 그는 거침없이 속마음을 드러내 보인다.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 🍒🍒🍒Please tell me any stunning poetic idioms or expressions you know. 🥳


E.g) I love you to the moon and back..
A: "Heart of gold," which means kind, generous, and good-natured.

"He has a heart of gold."

Synonyms of "Poetic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between poetic and poetical ?
A:

Poetic is the common adjective of all endeavours related to poetry.

Poetical, however, is different. It means that something has the quality of poetry, without necessarily being poetry.

Sometimes it is said as an insult – applied to bad poetry. But not necessarily. There are many occurrences in life of language that resembles poetry, but is not really attempting to be poetry.

For instance, the language on greeting cards and birthday cards is often poetical. You are trying to express an emotional idea in just a few words. In this way, it resembles poetry, but it isn't poetry.
Q: What is the difference between poetic and poetical ?
A: Poetic is an alternative form of poetical.
As adjectives the difference between poetic and poetical is that poetic is relating to poetry while poetical is of or pertaining to poetry, suitable for poetry, or for writing poetry. — wikidiff
Q: What is the difference between poetic and poetical ?
A: They are both adjectives and they mean the same thing, but "poetic" is used much more commonly. "Poetical" is rarely used.

Translations of "Poetic"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's the best, the most poetic way to say this "there isn't a lot of traffic tonight''
A: There doesn’t seem to be an accumulation of motor vehicles on the roadways this evening

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 그의 단어는 조각조각 쪼개졌다가 이내 합쳐져서 내게 위로가되었다. (being poetic)
A: His words were broken up into pieces and then joined together to comfort me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? poetic
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Other questions about "Poetic"

Q: these are all common? i don't want to be poetic!

1. you know what? my interest in it never die down.
2. you know what? my interest in it never cool off.
3. you know what? my interest in it never go away.

what is the most 'nativelike' way? in everyday talk.
A: You can say it a lot of ways. If you mean it will never go away in the future, I'd say: "I'll always be into it" or "It'll always be my thing". But if you want to be a little less casual "It'll always interest me" sounds good too.
Q: "There is a poetic quality to her playing"
Q:Can "to" be replaced with "in"?
A: Yes you can, but using 'to' sounds more natural.
Q: Japanese is a poetic language, whereas English is a realistic language. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds completely natural, but I'm curious as to what you mean by "realistic". Do you mean that it's good at conveying important information?

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