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

The meaning of "Reel" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does reeling from mean?
A: You say "reeling" when someone has been hit by something and they're still trying to recover. You can be hit by an object or by something you hear, like news.

In your example, the Cambridge Analytica scandal really hurt the company and they're still trying to recover.
Q: What does reeling mean?
A: It is a boxing term for when you have been hit hard, and are trying to figure out what is happening. Shaken or shocked would also work in that sentence.
Q: What does if I put this reel out, but you wouldn't bite that shit mean?
A: Oh, I get it now. He's talking about a fishing reel.

Just like trying to catch a fish that won't bite the fishing bait, he's trying to get this girl who won't come to him.
Q: What does to reel, to wind mean?
A: To pull in ex:a fishing pole when you pull the fishing line back in when you've caught a fish.
Q: What does reeling mean?
A: It means losing one's balance or staggering. Based on the sentence, it's an expression to say how confusing or difficult the questions are.

Example sentences using "Reel"

Q: Please show me example sentences with reel.
A: I was reeled in by her charisma.

I reeled in the fish that I caught.

He reeled me in with his convincing claims.

The boxer reeled back from the blow, stunned.
Q: Please show me example sentences with reel in.
A: "He's going to reel in a fish."

"I'm trying to reel her in but she's not interested."

"Watch me reel in this customer!"

"My dad reeled in a small shark once."
Q: Please show me example sentences with reel something off.
A: to reel something off is to list things quickly, so you would usually use it when mentioning things you would be familiar with.
"He reeled off the names of his eight grandchildren."
"The actress reeled off her lines without hesitation."
Q: Please show me example sentences with reel (verb).
A: 1. To bring something in
He felt something tug on the fishing line, and he reeled it in as fast as he could
2. To move back/stumble back, can be literally or figuratively
Literally: He reeled back when the bus braked suddenly
Figuratively: he reeled back in shock when he heard the news

Synonyms of "Reel" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between reel and real
?
A: "Real" is something that exists and a "reel" is a device that is used to spool wire.

I recommend doing a Google Images search on the two.
Q: What is the difference between reel and real and I mean pronunciation. ?
A: There is no difference in pronunciation between reel and real. The difference is only in the meaning.

Translations of "Reel"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "real" and "reel"
A: Real - Reel

Other questions about "Reel"

Q: 1. Reel out the rope. (straighten it)?
2. Subpar service will not reel customers in.
3. You reeled me in (tempted me)?
4. He punched me out so I reeled back. (went back)?
5. I reeled away at the bar and fell. (walked unsteadily cause he was drunk)?
6. She is still reeling at/from the news of his death. (was shocked)?
7. Reel off a few jokes to break the ice. (say\do something quickly)? does this sound natural?
A: Thank you!
Q: 1. Reel out the rope. (straighten it)?
2. Subpar service will not reel customers in.
3. You reeled me in (tempted me)?
4. He punched me out so I reeled back. (went back)?
5. I reeled away at the bar and fell. (walked unsteadily cause he was drunk)?
6. She is still reeling at/from the news of his death. (was shocked)?
7. Reel off a few jokes to break the ice. (say\do something quickly)?
does this sound natural?
A: this sounds completely natural and correct!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce reel.
A: thank you!

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