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

The meaning of "Principal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The principal squeezed into his oversize desk chair. mean?
A: When someone "squeezes into" something it means that he/she had to force oneself into a small space. For example, "I squeezed myself into my pants." That means my pants are too small. Here the principal squeezed into his chair. So he's too big for the chair. In fact, since it's an "oversized desk chair," the chair is already big. So the principle is super big.

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Q: What does the principal agents of disease mean?
A: the main reasons or causes of a disease
Q: What does principal mean?
A: Ummm maybe it is, but I think it can also means the umpire/referee. Idk though :")
Q: What does The principal stepped in when he could tell the two girls were about to start fighting. mean?
A: It means the principal intervened to stop the fight from happening.

"Step in" is an idiom that basically means to intervene in a situation to change the outcome.

It looked like we would lose our best client until Sam stepped in and got them to reconsider.
Q: What does the principal of mutural ditrust.
can you exchange this into more easily words?
mean?
A: Mutual distrust means that two or more people both do not trust each other equally.

Synonyms of "Principal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between principal and principal's ?
A: There is principal (singular), 🕺🏼 principal’s (possessive) 🏆, and principals (plural) 🕺🏼🚶🏻‍♀️. For example: At our school we have two principals: Principal David Bright 🕺🏼(THE principal and TOTALLY in charge) and Vice Principal Amanda Stone 💃🏻(kinda important). Anyways, the principal has a tendency to do a LOT of bragging about his award collection🗣 🏌🏻‍♂️🏆 . In fact, the principal was bragging (again) the other day while I was having a student development meeting in his office🛋. Mid meeting, however, after getting a series of texts 📱⚡️he suddenly announced he had to promptly end the meeting short 🤷🏼‍♂️. While grabbing my stuff from my locker (which is located just outside the principal’s office)📚, I saw the vice principal quietly enter into his office and then leave a minute later. 🚶🏻‍♀️🚪Curious, I looked through the window on the office door to examine the room. 🖼Unbelievable! 😳‼️💥There, still lined up in a row like before, were the principal’s trophies ... only NOW each one was submerged inside a casing of brown, sticky jello! 😱 🥮🥮🥮
Q: What is the difference between principal and head teacher ?
A: a principle is the main leader for the school. A teacher is below the principal.
Q: What is the difference between principal and head teacher ?
A: "head teacher" isn't a very common role. A principal does not teach - only manages teachers and the school. A head teacher would probably be a "department head" like math department at a university. You would say "Head of the math department." or "Head of psychology"
Q: What is the difference between A : The principal was (giving) a speech. and B : The principal was (given) a speech. ?
A: was giving a speech means the speech was given by the principal. The principal is talking.
was given a speech means the speech was written or printed. Somebody passed to him the copy of the speech. He received the speech from somebody, normally of a higher authority
Q: What is the difference between principal and principle ?
A: Principal is a person, the head of a school.

Principle is fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. (Yes i copied/pasted from Google)

Easy way to remember the difference between the two is princiPAL has pal (friend), which is a person. Or think of the principal as your pal/friend...that's what they taught us in elementary school lol...

Translations of "Principal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? principal
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? principal
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? principal
A: Make sure you're aware of the difference between principle and principal both are pronounced the same.

Principal = person in charge of a school (in charge of students and teachers)

Principle= a basis for something (an idea etc)
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Other questions about "Principal"

Q: Our principal's talk was super boring. Most of us couldn't help sleeping. does this sound natural?
A: maybe change talk to speech
Q: The principal idea of the project is to envolve students in the decision- making process. does this sound natural?
A: Involve
Q: He is the principal in this college.
does this sound natural?
A: "He is the principal of this college" の方がいいだろう。
Q: He is a principal now, albeit he used to be a gangster.

**Japanese translation
彼は暴力団であったにも関わらず、今は校長先生になっています。 does this sound natural?
A: He is a principal now, although he used to be a gangster.

While often interchangeable, "albeit" should not be used to introduce an independent clause, but "although" can. Consider this example:

We decided to buy the car, albeit the price was high.
Q: A principal barks like a drill sergeant at a black child over some misbehavior, calling him aggressive and telling him that he’ll end up in jail if he’s not disciplined.
Is it true that the usage of "call" is "call + object + adjective or noun "?
A: This usage of call is correct.

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