Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Respond"
The meaning of "Respond" in various phrases and sentences
Q: What does I'll come to me (as a respond of "what you gonna do" mean?
A: "I'll come to me" doesn't make sense
Q: What does legally i'm not able to respond to that mean?
A: Legally, I'm not able to respond. Because of the law, I can't respond. From a legal perspective, I can't respond.
Q: What does how I respond are welcome? mean?
A: I'm not sure. "How I respond" = the way I reply "Are welcome" depends on the rest of the sentence.
Example sentences using "Respond"
Q: Please show me example sentences with respond - responds - responding - responded.
A: Please respond the question
Q: Please show me example sentences with What should I respond to "Nice to meet you"?.
A: If someone says "Nice to meet you," you can say: -Nice to meet you -likewise (it's like saying it back)
Synonyms of "Respond" and their differences
Q: What is the difference between to respond and to answer ?
A: When a person returns communication it can be called a response or a reply, while an answer is a form of response which is a solution to a problem or question. Example: To respond: You asked a question here, I replied you by saying “hi, thanks for asking a question here.” so you still don’t know what is the difference between “to respond” and “to answer” To answer: You figured out the answer for your question now :)
Q: What is the difference between respond and reply ?
A: to respond = to say or do something as a reaction to something to reply = to respond to a question by providing an answer (either verbally or not) 〇 He asked how old she was, and she responded by slapping him. 〇 He asked how old she was, and she replied by slapping him. 〇 I moved my mouse, but the pointer did not respond. (= it did not move in reaction) ✕ I moved my mouse, but the pointer did not reply. (I didn't ask the mouse a question, and the pointer cannot give me an answer)
Q: What is the difference between roughly half of those who responded ~ and roughly a half of those who responded ~ ?
A: There is no difference. "Roughly half of those who respond" sounds more natural though.
Q: What is the difference between respond and answer ?
A: Respond - This is a reaction to something said or done to you, and replying. Answer - If someone asks you a question, you are RESPONDING to them and giving them a reply. Examples : Amy ate an orange, her face responded with a sour facial expression. Example: Do you want an orange? Yes, please! ( this would be the answer )
Q: What is the difference between respond and reply ?
A: You should say 'I'm sorry for my late response/reply' and 'I want a response from you by tomorrow'. Use response in the first sentence since it is noun.
Translations of "Respond"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what should one respond to a compliment like this “ I like your shoes!”
A: typically people just say thank you and give a compliment back.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How should I respond when they say thank you?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how to respond to Sorry
A: Usually when someone says Sorry you say "That's ok". Also, "Don't worry about it", "Forget about it", or "Apology accepted" (formal)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to respond to "what's up?"
A: If someone is asking you this as a greeting, you can answer with what you have been doing or will be doing. For example, "I just got done moving into a new apartment," or, "I've been in meetings all day." If you don't have anything interesting to share, just say, "Not much. How about you?" or "Same old, same old. How about you?" If someone is asking you this because they assume you need something from them, just say what you need. For example, if you're walk over to a coworker's desk and they ask "What's up?" you could answer, "I've been trying to print something for 10 minutes but the printer isn't working. Can you help me with it?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to respond to what's up
A: "Nothing much." "I'm okay/I'm good. How are you?" That is how I usually respond lol
Other questions about "Respond"
Q: What’s the best respond to “I have a question.” when you are happy to answer it? does this sound natural?
A: What’s the best responSE “I have a question.” when you are happy to answer it? Some good responses are: "Sure!" "Go ahead!" a little more casual: "Fire away"
Q: "I responded her not to wait for me." does this sound natural?
A: I responded to her not to wait for me I guess
Q: How would you respond to "Nice to meet you"? 1. Me too 2. You too 3. Back at you we can't say "Me too"? What about "Back at you"?
A: "You too" is best. "Nice to meet you, too" is also good. You can't say "me too" because that means you are happy to meet yourself.
Q: I thank you for your clear respond! does this sound natural?
A: Thank you for the clear response. Thanks for the clear response. Thanks for clearing things up!
Q: how to respond to the "what have you been up to"？
A: It means "what have you been doing lately?/has anything new happened?". It's a general question, it could mean both "lately" and "today". The typical answer usually is "not much, just (...chilling/studying/working, etc). You?" Of course you can give a more detailed answer, in case you have actually been up to something :p
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