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

The meaning of "Population" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does When some, but less than 80%, of a population is vaccinated, more women may reach childbearing age. mean?
A: The use of less is a bit confusing to me, too.
Essentially, just ignore "some, but" part.

When less than 80% of a population is vaccinated...

(it probably should be more than 80%)
Q: What does 「Europe increased her population by 25,000,000 in the last fifty years.」
→I found this sentence in English textbook. But, Isn't it quite strange to use "her" not "its" in this sentence? mean?
A: we use female pronouns a lot for objects with feminine characteristics like countries, ships, cars, etc.
Q: What does an ever-increasing population mean?
A: It means the population is always increasing.
Q: What does The population is only in the hundreds. mean?
A: The amount of people that live in that location is between 100 and 999.

So, as an example, there could be 100 people, 200 people, 300 people, 400 people, etc.
But not less than 100 and not more than 1000.
Q: What does The population in class typically runs between 50 and 60% on the day the research paper is due. mean?
A: Hello again. The statement refers to only 50 to 60 percent of your classmates attending school on the day a research paper is due.

Example sentences using "Population"

Q: Please show me example sentences with population.
A: Australia has a population of about 26 million people

The population increases every year

The koala population in Australia decreased due to the forest fires last summer
Q: Please show me example sentences with viable population.
A: do you mean examples of a sentence utilizing the words “viable population?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with population.
A: Popular, a lot, fair, so many, too much

Synonyms of "Population" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between the population of Japan is larger than that of New Zealand and Japan’s population is larger than New Zealand’s ?
A: there is no difference the first sentence sounds more formal so you would use it when writing a paper.
Q: What is the difference between ‘Plague killed one third of Europe’s populations in less than three years.’ and ‘Plague killed one third of Europe’s population in less than three years.’ ?
A: Population is a collective noun so the second sentence is actually correct. The difference between the two sentences is the usage of "populations vs population". Although the plural form of 'population' is 'populations', you are only informing what happened in Europe, which is only one continent, so you should use 'population'.
Q: What is the difference between half of the population and half the population ?
A: In conversation, there is absolutely no difference. They mean the same thing.

I feel that "half the population" is easier and faster to say.

When writing academic papers, I think you always have to include the "of", but I am not 100% sure.
Q: What is the difference between population and populace ?
A: They have similar meanings! Population is just more commonly used. I rarely ever hear populace being used.
Q: What is the difference between What's the population of this city? and How many people are there in this city? ?
A: The second one is a little more casual

Translations of "Population"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "non-Chinese population" or "non-Chinese foreign population"
A: there is no need to say "non-Chinese foreign".. "non-chinese " is okay
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is population of kajikstan?
A: kajikstan ki jansankhaya kya hey/kajikstan me jansankhaya kitani hey
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to say about population?
A: You can say just the number: The population of Canada is about 35 million.

You could say: Japan has a population of about 127 million people.

However, "people" is not needed, it is implied by the use of "population".

A country's population always refers to people, so you don't need it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the most population country
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a population growth is caused by people ( set, dwelling, settling ) in the region
A: Immigration?

Other questions about "Population"

Q: "It has the 14th biggest population by state."

This is about Massachusetts and I got a question.
How does this "by state" work?
A: In this instance, "by" refers to a type of classification. The "state" is the agent in which the population is being defined.
Q: I live in 〇〇city.
There is a population the third largest city in △△ prefecture.
My house is inconvenient because it is far from the nearest stations.
So I usually use a car. Does this sound natural?
A: I live in the city of 〇.
It's the third largest city in the prefecture of 〇.
My houses' location is inconvenient for me because I live far from the nearest stations.
So I usually use a car.
😊
Q: It is recognizable that the population in this country is gradually decreasing.

Does this sound natural in formal situation?
A: Sounds natural, though I think "the population of this country" (using "of" instead of "in") is a little more natural.

In this case "recognizable" means the population is going down and people can notice it or not (it is like "observable"). You could say "recognized" to mean that the population is going down and many have noticed.
Q: 1.the rapid population expansion is the main reason for many garbage are produced.

2.our environment is still terrible. Does this sound natural?
A: it is more natural to say,

1.the rapid expansion of the population is the main reason for lots of garbage being produced

2. our environment is still terrible
Q: "Population never pushed the economy to subsistence levels." What does "subsistence" mean in this context? Is the sentence trying to say that economy was not constrained by population increase? (This sentence's about the Chinese demographic system in the 18th century.)
A: "Subsistence levels" means producing only what you can consume and no more.

A subsistence farmer only grows enough food to feed himself, with none left to sell.

It's saying that population levels never reached a point where the economy could only produce enough to sustain people's basic needs and nothing more.

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