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

The meaning of "Response" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pointed response mean?
A: You're welcome! Both of those things. The first part is in quotation marks because it's a direct quote, and the second part is not in quotation marks because it's a paraphrased piece that was written in the article to summarize another thing that he said.
Q: What does Knee-jerk response mean?
A: It is a slang term for making a quick decision that isn't thought out.
Q: What does What is the proper response to "what's up?" ? Do you use it in the first greeting? mean?
A: For first greeting probably not. Just say hello. You can use it with friends though. A good response would be "nothing much" but if something exciting is going on in your life, you can express your joy.
Q: What does responses mean?
A: An answer is specifically a response to a question, whether it be from a human or a question on a test. A response is when a type of recognition you receive from another person, again , you can receive a response from on your email from your friend. Or your friend could be waiting for a response from a text message they sent you.
Q: What does it is a pretty canned response. mean?
A: It means it is a rather standard, mechanical response, like they had a text file of responses and they copied and pasted one of them. The person who got the response might say "That's exactly the response I expected to get" or "This response isn't specific to my question. Did they read it?"

Example sentences using "Response"

Q: Please show me example sentences with for sure (as a response).
A: "For sure" is a very casual expression. It is short for "For certain" (which is now an archaic phrase). It is used to confirm something. It's not a very common phrase these days.

MOM: "Will you take the dog for a walk?"
SON: "For sure!"

FRIEND1: "Wanna go to the mall?"
FRIEND2: "For sure!"

More common is just: "Sure," or "okay."

FRIEND1: "We should go to school today."
FRIEND2: "For sure." / "Okay."
Q: Please show me example sentences with What are the responses of the question "How are you?".
A: "I am all right, and yourself?", "I am great, and you?", "Fine, how are you?", "Not well", "Not very good", "Terrible"
Q: Please show me example sentences with in response to your request.
A: I have prepared the report in response to your request.

In response to your request I have prepared the documents.
Q: Please show me example sentences with You wish!(as a response).
A: A: Yo, she talked to me in class today! I think she likes me!
B: You wish.
(B doesn't believe A. He thinks it's very far-fetched that this girl could ever like A.)

Synonyms of "Response" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between favorable response and helpful/positive response ?
A: A "favourable response" and a "positive response" are exactly the same thing. A response that is in your favour, the kind of response that you hoped for.
A "helpful response" is one that will help you to know how to make it better.
I hope that all of my responses to your questions have been helpful.
Q: What is the difference between favorable response and positive response ?
A: @Astrrrid they have the same meaning :)
Q: What is the difference between responses signifying server errors and responses signifying a server error ?
A: responses signifying server errors = more than 1 server error

responses signifying a server error = 1 server error
Q: What is the difference between there is no response and there are no responses ?
A: is right. If you are only expecting one response, "There is no response" is best. Otherwise you should use "There are no responses."
Q: What is the difference between response and reply ?
A: Response is any reaction caused by something just as body movement or words

Reply is the same but it's for a reaction of words

Translations of "Response"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Slow response to a post in a bulletin board.
A: I suppose you could say "late response" or simply just "late"

I'll often see people say stuff like this on forums:
"Late, but my opinion is blah blah blah..."

"Late response" is used more when someone is expecting a response from you specifically, not just a response from anyone
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Slang/friendly responses to "Kaisa hai"
A: You could say "I'm doing well" , "I'm good" , "I'm great" along with asking the other person the same question !
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Your response was really rapid.

Is it correct?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you response to "How are you?"
A: Genki desu= I'm fine.
Genki ja arimasen=I'm not fine.

"How are you?"
"I'm fine. Thanks for asking. How about you?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I am doing good" as a response to "How are you doing today"
A: @savannah764: Normally something like "I'm good, you?" or just "good".
If it's a more formal situation, maybe "I'm doing well, how about you?"

Other questions about "Response"

Q: Sorry for late response. Does this sound natural?
A: @tomomama: better is : " Sorry for the late response" or " Sorry for the late (or delayed) reply"
Q: How should I response to "Is everything ok?" at cash register counter?
A: I usually just say I'm ok or I'm good if they ask how I'm doing.
Q: How should I response to "Have a good one!" at checkout counter?
A: You can say "Thanks, you too!"
Q: What's a proper response to that? Does this person wants me to greet her back?
A: You could say "hi" back, or ask her how she's doing! If this is the first time you've talked to her by text, I would recommend asking how she's doing or how her day is going.
Q: In response to what do you think Penny said "Fine. Go ahead." in 207?
A: No, he's basically saying that she doesn't get to be rude and say that she wouldn't want to date him (which she wouldn't) if he can't say he wouldn't want to date her (which he wouldn't).

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