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

The meaning of "Rainbow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I’m a rainbow lover mean?
A: It means you love rainbows. 🌈
Q: What does rainbow mean?
A: arco íris
Q: What does Picking rainbow or something that sounds like that. mean?
A: Puking rainbows***
Q: What does 'You learned not to hurry, and you discovered the rainbow's end was a good deal further than the next city block' mean?
A: Is it literary, or a song lyric? It sounds very poetic, so it's hard to understand for sure. The end of the rainbow is something you can't reach, right? So trying to reach the end of the rainbow can be used for.... I guess, aimless adventuring? It kind of means that they calmed down and stopped chasing after things that didn't exist.... but didn't lose all their childish imagination?

Example sentences using "Rainbow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rainbow.
A: Sometimes after it rains there is a rainbow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rainbow.
A: "A rainbow appears in the sky after the rain." يظهر قوس قزح في السماء بعد المطر. "Her clothes were colorful like a rainbow." كانت ملابسها ملونة مثل قوس قزح

Synonyms of "Rainbow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The T-shirt has a rainbow on it. and The T-shirt has a rainbow. ?
A: They both mean the same thing, but I think the first one sounds more natural
Q: What is the difference between It was three rainbows today 😊✨ and There were three rainbows today 😊✨ ?
A: “It was three rainbows today” is incorrect because it is a singular pronoun but rainbows is a plural noun. You have to say “there were three rainbows today”, this way everything in the sentence is plural
Q: What is the difference between over the rainbow and beyond the rainbow ?
A: Jump OVER the rainbow Over can also mean “above” The mountains are BEYOND the rainbow Beyond means like ‘far away’ / ‘in the distance’
Q: What is the difference between the rainbow and a rainbow ?
A: "THE rainbow" is referring to a specific rainbow. Examples: "Look at the rainbow over there!" "The rainbow above us is so awesome!" "A rainbow" refers to any rainbow in general and IS NOT referring to any rainbow in particular. Examples: "I want to see a rainbow." "He saw a rainbow yesterday."

Translations of "Rainbow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rainbow
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rainbow
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Other questions about "Rainbow"

Q: I saw a rainbow at my house backyard. 🌈 does this sound natural?
A: I would say: "I saw a rainbow in my backyard" or "I saw a rainbow from my backyard" *you can use "from the backyard of my house" but that's not really necessary because it's clear from context.
Q: rainbow has seven colors, are; red, yellow, green, blue, violet, orange and indigo does this sound natural?
A: You could say "The seven colours of the rainbow are, red, yellow, green, blue, orange, red and indigo" instead
Q: I ______ the beautiful rainbow before it disappeared in the sky. A. see B. have saw C. have seen D. saw The answer is C. have seen, but I chose D. saw. I think it could be "saw". Please explain in a way th...
A: C isn't correct. Is this from a textbook? Never in my life have I heard someone say 'have seen' in that way. You are correct in thinking the answer is 'saw'
Q: Can you check my English whether it sounds natural and correct, please? You're my rainbow. You have seven colors to shine to make our world beautiful, but the eccentric thing is that you're not here every d...
A: @Ipeace: You're my rainbow. You're seven colours shine bright, making our world beautiful. But, the eccentric thing is that you aren't around everyday so upon waking up every morning I look for you, expecting you to be there and then I realize how much you mean to me and that is an amazing gift to be given at this time.
Q: What a beautiful rainbows! does this sound natural?
A: You're welcome :) If there is more than one rainbow you would say; 'What beautiful rainbows!' The 'a' is taken out as you are speaking about more than one

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