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

The meaning of "Province" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does province mean?
A: Thanks @dusunce
Q: What does province mean?
A: Similar to a "state" in United States.

The word has a different origin comapred to "State".
Q: What does The province of jurisprudence determined mean?
A: I think this is the start of a longer sentence that is saying "The province of jurisprudence" "determined" something. It is the one determining something.

Example sentences using "Province"

Q: Please show me example sentences with province.
A: Province can mean a designated territory or section of a country.
"I was born in a small province in the south of France." "In my country, there is only one province with access to the sea."
Province can also mean an area or interest or knowledge.
"I don't know anything about gardening. That is my wife's province." "Tom teaches math, but his real province is ancient history."

Synonyms of "Province" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between province and countryside and suburb ?
A: A province is a large territory of land in a Country. (Similar to a State or prefecture.)
The countryside is an area of land outside of a town or city that usually has farmland or forest.
A suburb is an area of land inside a town that has many houses or places where people live.

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Q: What is the difference between province and city ?
A: Cities are in provinces. For example, in Canada, Toronto is a city inside the province Ontario.
Q: What is the difference between province and district ?
A: I think those words have different meanings depending on which country you are talking about. However, usually, I see it like this:

A district is a part of a city. A province is a bigger region that contains many cities and towns.
Q: What is the difference between province and state ?
A: @makeit: They are basically the same. Different countries use states while others use provinces. For example, the US uses states while Canada uses provinces.

Translations of "Province"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The province of Luxemberg is the largest and least (populate) of the nineprovinces of Belgium. help me to do the correct form
A: The province of Luxembourg is the largest and least populated of the nine provinces of Belgium.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “我几乎没在国内旅游过” 可以这样说么: I’ve hardly ever visited all the provinces throughout my country
A: Your sentence is not natural, you don't use "hardly ever" and "all" together, instead you can say:
I’ve hardly ever visited any of the provinces in my country.


But instead I would say "I haven't traveled much within China." "I haven't seen/visited much of China." or "I have almost never traveled within China."

You can also say "my country" instead of "China".



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Other questions about "Province"

Q: - The province where we live has been lockdown since April.
- During this situation, all schools except daycare have been offering online learning class instead of in-person.
- My daughter hasn’t been to kindergarten for a long time.
- It was only 1 month that she could take in person class during this year.
- Online learning makes not only children but also parents so tired since they can’t have them time at all.
does this sound natural?
A: × - The province where we live has been lockdown since April.
✓ - The province where we live has been on lockdown since April.

× - During this situation, all schools except daycare have been offering online learning class instead of in-person.
✓ - During the COVID-19 pandemic, all schools, except daycare, have been offering online/distance learning classes instead of in-person.

× - It was only 1 month that she could take in person class during this year.
✓ - She was only able to have/experience one month of in-person learning.

× - Online learning makes not only children but also parents so tired since they can’t have them time at all.
✓ - Online learning is tiring not only for children, but adults as well as there is very little time to decompress as opposed to before.

Hi! I know this is very wordy (very detailed or a lot of words), but this is one way of getting your statements across. I'm sure other people will have their own interpretations of what your message is. Good luck! 🤗
Q: The province has recently decided that it would use free lunch aid money of 64.3 billion won which used to be sent to the education department would now be used for edication for children from low income families.
The money will be subsidizing the operation of education cards. And they will be given to low income families. does this sound natural?
A: Yes you can usually use them interchangeably e.g:

“This money should be used for educating young people.”

“The money should be used for the education of young people.”

Academic papers tend to nominalise a lot though, so if this is for a thesis, I would recommend using “for the education of”.

Q: I live in a province city on the South of Russia, the city is called Krasnodar, actually I don´t know if this city seems known for you, but if you´re interested in football, perhaps you've heard that Spanish team came to my city at 2018 to participate in the Fifa World Cup, we didn't have the matches here, they just came here to pass a few days, but then they moved to Sochi, a city on the sea's cost, where the matches were played. It would be nice to meet you here because even though the city is small, here we have a lot of things to do and the nightlife is quite filled of entertainment. I think the heart of my city is the park built by a great businessman for his own money, it is considered one of the best in Russia and the tourist always go there to make a spectaculars photos. The public transport is also developed here so you can get around the city without problem, anyway the price of taxi is very low nowadays, if you don't want to wait for a bus, you can catch a taxi easily, for that you download on your phone the most popular apps, they works the same way as Uber in your country, you won't get lost! does this sound natural?
A: ‎I live in a province city on the South of Russia, the city is called Krasnodar, actually I don't know if this city seems known for you, but if you're interested in football, perhaps you've heard that Spanish team came to my city at 2018 to participate in the FIFA World Cup, we didn't have the matches here, they just came here to pass a few days, but then they moved to Soc hi, a city on the sea's cost, where the matches were played. It would be nice to meet you here because even though the city is small, here we have a lot of things to do and the nightlife is quite filled of entertainment. I think the heart of my city is the park built by a great businessman for his own money, it is considered one of the best in Russia and the tourist always go there to make a spectaculars photos. The public transport is also developed here so you can get around the city without problem, anyway the price of taxi is very low nowadays, if you don't want to wait for a bus, you can catch a taxi easily, for that you download on your phone the most popular apps, they work the same way as Uber in your country, you won't get lost!
Q: The chungcheong-do province is famous for slowly pronounce in Korea.

(The chungcheong-do is a state of Korea.) does this sound natural?
A: Did you mean,

The Chungcheong-do province is famous for its slow korean pronunciation?
Q: The province where I live made it illegal to sale energy drinks to minors. This is why my friend always keeps his ID handy.

does this sound natural?
A: the province where I live ----> my province

sale ----> sell

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