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

The meaning of "Reaction" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does if the early reactions to the finale are anything to go by mean?
A: The speaker is using the first reactions on the internet to the final episode as evidence for how the episode is.
Q: What does His reaction is priceless. mean?
A: It means his reaction was something you could not miss or get over
Q: What does The reaction is not abnormal mean?
A: It means that it is normal.
Q: What does A:That wasn't the reaction I was expecting. B:Nor the greeting I was. mean?
A: In this conversation I am thinking of two people meeting on the street. A was expecting a certain reaction. B was just expecting a proper introduction, like Hello or hi there instead of just a reaction.
Q: What does But reaction to Puritan intolerance of other religions groups helped produce the separation of church and state that is guaranteed in the Construction of the United States. mean?
A: しかし、他の宗教団体に対する清教徒の不寛容への反応は米国の憲法に保障される政教分離を生み出すことに役立った。

Example sentences using "Reaction"

Q: Please show me example sentences with reaction to.
A: Some examples are.....
"My 'reaction to' this TV show was horrendous."
"The people's 'reaction to' the new law was very unpleasant."
"Any obvious 'reaction to' a bully will only make matters worse."

Hope this is okay :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with reaction to.
A: She had an allergic reaction to the peanut butter.

Q: Please show me example sentences with reaction from.
A: "I wanted a reaction from you."
Q: Please show me example sentences with reaction from.
A: Some examples are....
"Do you remember his 'reaction from' last night?"
"The 'reaction from' British people when they hear a foreign language, is pure amazement."

I think it's hard to make many daily expressions with 'reaction from' but you can make many with 'reaction' on its own.

Hope this helps :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with reaction.
A: here are some examples.
I had an allergic reaction to peanuts.
Her reaction was anger.
the dog reacted aggressively to the stranger.
His reaction suprised me.

Synonyms of "Reaction" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between His reactions are so quick no one can match him and He reacts so quickly no one can match him ?
A: There is no difference when it comes to the meaning, those sentences are both correct and they mean the same thing. However, "quickly" is an adverb and is based on the verb "reacts", whereas "quick" is an adjective and is based on the noun, "reactions". By the way, I recommend saying "fast", not "quick". So: His reactions are so fast no one can match him/keep up with him.

sounds better :)
Q: What is the difference between Adverse reactions and Side effects ?
A: side effect is a term you use day-to-day while adverse reactions is the medical and proffessional term
Q: What is the difference between reaction and response ?
A: "Response" could be something verbal or written, like "a response to a question". "Reaction" means how someone acts because of something, like "a shocked reaction". "Response" is sometimes used like "reaction" in a metaphorical way, but "reaction" can't be used to mean "response".
Q: What is the difference between What was his reaction when you said that? and How was his reaction when you said that? ?
A: What was his reaction? = What reaction did he do? Did he smile, laugh, sigh, cry...?
How was his reaction? = How did his reaction seem to you? Did he seem happy, sad, angry, confused...?
Q: What is the difference between reaction and response ?
A: Sometimes they can mean the same thing. But
"React/reaction" has a nuance of " emotional, automatic, without thinking"

"Respond" has a nuance of " think and THEN do something" I also can mean "reply" or " say".

Ex:

If you practice meditation, you can learn to respond, not react to situations.

If you criticize him, he always reacts angrily.

I emailed my old friend, but she did not respond.

Translations of "Reaction"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 지극히 당연한 반응(reaction)이다.
A: It's a very natural reaction.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「ちょっと教えてください?」といわれたとき、「あとでね。」と答えるには、
”Sorry! I am busy now. I want to reaction After my work finished”
といいますか?
ほかに
A: Sorry, I'm busy right now. I'll reply once I'm done with my work.と言います。

「後でね」とはIn a bitでいいと思います。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? reaction
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? /// If you see him right now. How your reaction will be like? /// Does it sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Reaction"

Q: I'm happy to see such her reaction.
Is the part of "her reaction" natural or not?
In addition, I'm not sure that the difference between "such" and "such as".
I'd like to know them clearly. does this sound natural?
A: "her reaction" is natural
example:
"I loved her reaction - she was so happy."

However, "such" in your sentence is not used correctly. Instead, the sentence could be:
1. I’m happy to see a reaction such as hers.
OR
2. I’m happy to see her reaction.
OR
3. I’m happy to see such a reaction from her.

However, to make these sentences sound more natural, you would say:
1. I love/like to see a reaction such as hers.
OR
2. I was happy to see her reaction.
OR
3. I was happy to see such a reaction from her.

I hope this makes sense?!
I am not an English teacher, and I think this is quite a difficult grammatical issue!
:)
Q: I'd like to ask you about a reaction.

A customer who speaks English came to our drug store yesterday.
She said like that: "I would stay home today because it had been rained. But it has stopped. I'm glad to be able to go out."
In this situation, what kind of phrase of some reactions I could say?

I came up with some phrases, but these might sound strange:

Good for you.
→Sounds condescending to say to customers?

Sounds good!
I think so too.
→Sounds unnatural?

Could you give me any good ideas?
A: Yeah. Your responses don't need to be robotic or out of a text book. Pay attention to what she's saying, and maybe you can relate to her a little bit. In America, sometimes we like to make conversation with random people. Other times, we don't. It's all about context. So if she seemed really happy about the rain stopping, just drop a little "Yeah me too. Hope this weather continues!" and you'll get a smile out of her (:
Q: I don't have allergic reaction from foods. does this sound natural?
A: I don’t have any food allergies.
I don’t have any ___ allergies.
Q: It's a natural reaction that people get anxiety when they have a job interview comming soon.
does this sound natural?
A: just add "a" before "natural" and before "job"
so: "it's a natural reaction that people get anxiety when they have a job interview coming soon."
:)
Q: ​​I was watching a reaction video of Psy's new MV,,, and that youtuber mumbled "OMG, did he just dab?, yeah i think he just dabbed."

I see this kind of reactions every so often when the dancer(s) do the dabbing. Then i've become curious why it gets to be the matter.

I know what "the move - dabbing" is like,, but don't quite get why ppl take it as something.

I'd be thankful if someone explains about this.
Thank you.
A: A meme is anything that people repeat because they find it funny or amusing. A lot of memes are the pictures with words, but they can be other things too.

This website is like wikipedia for memes: http://knowyourmeme.com/

Articles on Dabbing:
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/the-dab
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/squidward-dab

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