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

The meaning of "Poison" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does choose your poison mean?
A: "Choose the alcoholic drink you want"

This is an informal phrase
Q: What does What's your poison? mean?
A: It's a way to ask someone what type of alcholic drink they'd like!
Q: What does what is your poison.? mean?
A: it is slang for " what is your favorite drink?".
Q: What does What is your poison? mean?
A: It means what type of Alcohol do you like.
Q: What does What's your poison? mean?
A: It basically means "What's your handicap?" or "What's your kryptonite?"

Example sentences using "Poison"

Q: Please show me example sentences with poison

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A: - That thing over there is poison, be careful with it
- The man poisoned his wife
Q: Please show me example sentences with poison
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A: Do not drink that poison. That snake is poisonous. They told me to add poison to his tea. That is not water is poison.

Synonyms of "Poison" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between poison and venom ?
A: 基本的にvenomは生き物から出るもので、poisonは出ないものだ。

けど、時々英語の人は思わずpoisonous snakeやpoisonous spiderと言っちゃうんだ。

また、植物に対してpoisonを使う。例えば、poison ivy。
Q: What is the difference between poison and toxic ?
A: poison is the noun (synonymous of venom)

toxic is the adjective (the poison is toxic)
Q: What is the difference between poison and venom ?
A: A lot of native speakers actually don't know this.
Venom is something that is injected into you.
So a snakebite has venom.
Poison is something that you eat.
So someone can poison your food.
A berry can be poisonous. If you eat it, you'll be poisoned.
Q: What is the difference between poison and toxin ?
A: A toxin is poison or venom made by an animal or a plant. And a poison is a substance that makes you feel sick or cause death. A toxin is a part of poison.

"Don't touch that dart frog, it secretes fatal toxins from its skin."

"Doing the juice cleanse diet to flush out all of your toxins is not healthy."

"This poison is making me feel weak."

"I put some poison on her salad."

"Wild mushrooms are poisonous when you eat them."
Q: What is the difference between "poison somebody" and "intoxicate somebody" ?
A: "Intoxication" is something like alcohol or drugs that causes someone to pass out or just be under high influence under the drug/drink. You can even use it to describe someone. "You're intoxicating" kinda means you are an engaging or fun to hang out with, like wine.

Poison almost always suggests that the substance is deadly.

Translations of "Poison"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 有人可以解说a poison tree吗
A: Can anyone explain a poison tree?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? poison
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? are you struggling with poison on your mind ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? poisoned
A: Poi-ze-nd

Other questions about "Poison"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce "She ordered the poison months ago".
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Q: He failed to poison the woman.
Having received severe wounds from her nails, he now gets looked up in a basement.
She is determined to make him hers, yet he firmly refuses…
Confined in a dark scary basement, the loneliness has made his sprits drop… Does this sound natural?
A: He failed to poison the woman.
Having received severe wounds from her nails, he now gets locked up in the basement.
She is determined to make him hers, yet he firmly refuses…
Confined in a dark scary basement, the loneliness made his spirits drop…
Q: Poison          

Ouch! Something hurt my arm.
Soon red spots spread all over my body.
So itchy and painful.
I went to a hospital. The doctor told me it is poison. Poison of caterpillar!

I felt sick, but at the same time I thought,
“Oh this is how it works! Amazing!”
What is “Amazing”? Poison!
This is the first time I experienced poison.
Actually, I had been interested in poison for a long time.
Don’t look at me like that! I’ll tell you the reason.

I found one book at a library three years ago.
It had some colorful and beautiful pictures of plans and animals with poisons.
I especially liked the strawberry frog from South America.
It is only two centimeters and has cute red body just like a strawberry.
But it can kill you in one hour with its poison.
It is so pretty and so strong! I was surprised.
The title of the book was “Poison and medicine”.
The book said poison can be medicine.
For example, the DPT vaccine we all get is made from poison by inactivating it.
There are some studies to make medicine to kill cancers from poisons of frogs and lizards.
How wonderful! I got so interested in poison and learned about it more.
I visited an exhibition about poison called, “Modokuten” in Tenjin last year.
It was just fantastic.
What a large world of poison. Still a very little part of that is known to us.

Now my dream is to find medicine to fatal diseases from poisons.
I will cure many people with poison.
My mom often says to me,
“Oh, Reading about poison again? Scary girl! Don’t kill me!”
No, mom. I won’t kill you but I might cure you some day.
Thank you for listening.

Does this sound natural?
A: Poison          

Ouch! Something hurt my arm.
Soon red spots spread all over my body.
So itchy and painful.
I went to a hospital. The doctor told me it WAS poison. THE poison of A caterpillar!

I felt sick, but at the same time I thought,
“Oh, this is how it works! Amazing!”
What is “amazing”? Poison!
This WAS the first time I experienced poison.
Actually, I had been interested in poison for a long time.
Don’t look at me like that! I’ll tell you the reason.

I found A book at a library three years ago.
It had some colorful and beautiful pictures of POISONOUS planTs and animals.
I especially liked the strawberry frog from South America.
It is only two centimeters LONG and has A cute red body, just like a strawberry.
But it can kill you in one hour with its poison.
It is so pretty and so strong! I was surprised.
The title of the book was “Poison and Medicine."
The book said THAT poison can be medicine.
For example, the DPT vaccine we all get is made from INACTIVATED poison.
There are some studies ABOUT MAKING medicine to kill cancers from THE poisons of frogs and lizards.
How wonderful! I got so interested in poison and learned about more ABOUT IT.
I visited an exhibition about poison called, “Modokuten,” in Tenjin last year.
It was just fantastic.
What a large world of poison. Still, a very little part of that is known to us.

Now my dream is to find CURES to fatal diseases from poisons.
I will cure many people with poison.
My mom often says to me,
“Oh, reading about poison again? Scary girl! Don’t kill me!”
No, mom. I won’t kill you, but I might cure you someday.
Thank you for listening.
Q: If a poison is in king's meal, there is risk of which the life dies first.

もし王様の食事に毒が入っていたら、自分の命が先に亡くなるというリスクがある Does this sound natural?
A: If poison is in the king's meal,there is a risk of which he might die


Or


If poison is in the king's meal,there is a risk of which the king might die

Q: I went to the deadly poison Exhibition.
There is a poison in this lovely fish. Does this sound natural?
A: "I went to the Deadly Poison Exhibition. This lovely fish is poisonous."

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