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

The meaning of "Rice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 100g rice, cooked mean?
A: Honestly, it could mean either one. It's not very clear, but considering it is measured first and separated from "cooked' by a comma, I would guess you cook 100g of rice grains
Q: What does on white rice packet. mean?
A: packet is the abbrevation of package, in this pattern it's the package of the rice, the sack when of the rice
Q: What does rice provided, famine permitting mean?
A: Are you getting that from the LinkedIn story that North Korea is hiring?
"Applicants must be able to work 14 hours a day, 7 days a week with one lunch break (rice provided, famine permitting)."

It's a joke... they offer one rice meal as long as there is no famine. Do you know the meaning of the word "famine"?
Q: What does rice mean?
Q: What does Eat some rice for me mean?
A: ご飯を食べて欲しい。

Example sentences using "Rice"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I wash bowls with rice water because that could cut the grease efficiently.

Is the grammar correct?.
A: It’s basically a good sentence but there is too much for the reader to guess at. I think the problem is NOT the sentence but the way you asked.

“I wash bowls USING rice water because that can cut....”
Q: Please show me example sentences with eat rice.
A: I eat rice every morning.
I eat rice when I'm eating stake.
I ate rice all the time while I was in Korea.
I want to eat rice more often.
She ate rice yesterday.
They were eating rice outside.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rice.
A: I love to eat rice.
Do you like rice?
How do you cook your rice?
Let’s go eat some rice.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rice field.
A:
"I am working in the rice field."
"Those are rice fields"
"Where are the rice fields?"
"They work in the rice fields"

Synonyms of "Rice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wild rice and weedy rice ?
A: Cultivated rice = domesticated/farmed rice, usually of the species Oryza. Generally has a high harvest yield and may be genetically modified
Weedy rice = grows in farms, usually of the species Oryza, but are considered weeds (unwanted plants that grow naturally together with cultivated rice). Has a lower harvest yield compared to cultivated rice
Wild rice = grown naturally in the wild, or the same species of rice (usually of the species Zizania or Porterisia) that is grown in farms
Q: What is the difference between cooked rice and boiled rice and steamed rice ?
A: Ah, I did not know that! Thank you for teaching me "米を炊く"! In English, "plain white cooked rice" is just "rice". I know that in Japanese, you have 米 and ご飯 for uncooked and cooked rice, but we don't have that in English. 炊くも炊かないも全てはライスだと思いますね
Q: What is the difference between made with rice and made from rice ?
A: They're somewhat interchangeable, but "made with rice" can imply that there are other ingredients that are about as important as the rice in the product.

Whereas "made from rice" sounds much more like rice is overwhelmingly the main ingredient, and may also imply that the rice used in the product is no longer immediately recognizable.

Either way, the difference between the two phrases is very minor.
Q: What is the difference between rice and rise ?
A: Rice es arroz. Rise es crecer, criar. I rise a child. I cooked rice.
Q: What is the difference between Which do you like better, rice or noodles? and Do you like rice or noodles better? ?
A: No difference in meaning. First may be more common but they are about the same.

Translations of "Rice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There is some sticky rice on the finger. “He is flicking away the rice with his fingers."

Is that natural? Please help me correct it. Thank you.
A: “He is flicking away the rice with his fingers." is correct
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rice
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello! There is golden rice. I wrote: "The golden rice is a type of yellow rice that produces bta-carotene." But I think it sounds incorrect. How to say properly?
A: Golden rice is a yellow rice that contains beta-carotene.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fried rice
A: Fried rice 😊
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rice

Other questions about "Rice"

Q: rice and sandwichs are my staples does this sound natural?
A: @tjstkdn I was confused by the word "staples" because I've never really heard that word in my life. Usually I would say

"Rice and Sandwiches are my main dish"

No one would really use staples so if you talked to someone in America they might get confused. "Main dish" is more natural to say and more people would use this
Q: Since I bought cheap rice, the cooked rice was so terrible.

(安い米を買ったから、炊いたご飯がすごく不味かった。)

does this sound natural?
A: I bought cheap rice, so it came out terribly.

Or

Since I bought cheap rice, it came out really badly.
Q: All our rice are produced in Niigata prefecture. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of are say is
Q: I'll eat rice in lieu of bread. does this sound natural?
A: @Ham: In lieu of derives from the French "au lieu de", which sounds very outdated and a bit unnatural, I have actually never heard anyone use it, you are better off using 'instead of' or even 'in place of'
Q: It seems that the rice is cooked up.(ご飯が炊けたみたいだよ。) does this sound natural?
A: 私なら、「It looks like the rice has finished cooking.」と言います。

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