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

The meaning of "Role" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does role models mean?
A: Someone you aspire to be like— I feel like this phrase is usually used by children/teens, because they’re growing and aspiring to be like someone else. Typically, these people can be pop culture icons like musicians, athletes, etc.
Q: What does What roles do race, class, and gender play in establishing who is the other? mean?
A: Here roles means what influence do they have. This statement is asking what influence do things like race, class, and gender have on the issue.
Q: What does 'know your role, don't try to get too big for your shoes' mean?
A: I believe it means to not try and do anything that you are not ready for yet. For example, you would not run five miles after just getting good at running one mile.
Q: What does His role is a little dicier. mean?
A: Depending on context, It could mean that "his job can be a little dangerous"
Q: What does He (landed) a leading role in a major motion picture.


"Landed" what is the meaning? mean?
A: If it that can help you understand it. But you can use it either way.

Example sentences using "Role"

Q: Please show me example sentences with role of.
A: John has accepted the role of being the school’s english teacher

Mark has taken the role of Romeo in the “Romeo and Juliet” play
Q: Please show me example sentences with role.
A: Thank you very much
Q: Please show me example sentences with "role reversal".
A: After the police officer had his gun snatched away by the criminal she was aiming at, they had a role reversal with the criminal pointing the gun at the police officer.

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Synonyms of "Role" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a critical role in ensuring that our guests are happy. and a critical role to ensure that our guests are happy. ?
A: "in ensuring" implies that you always want to maintain a certain standard (the guests must always being happy)
>"Providing good food plays a critical role in ensuring that our guests are happy"
>"Having a good manager plays a critical role in ensuring that our guests are happy"
>"A quiet environment plays a critical role in ensuring that our guests are happy"

"to ensure" implies that you are in the process of development to reach a certain standard (the guests are not always happy so you want to improve to make them happier)
>"The renovation of our rooms will play a critical role to ensure that our guests are happy"
>"Providing a gym will play a critical role to ensure that our guests are happy"
>"Hiring a world-class chef will play a critical role to ensure that our guests are happy"

However, they are often interchangable.
Q: What is the difference between a challenging role and a challenged role ?
A: A challenging role is one that is difficult or complex.

A challenged role could be a failure of the person doing the role, however, it isn't very natural sounding.
Q: What is the difference between The traditional roles of men and women are no longer accepted as necessary or appropriate by most younger people. and The traditional roles of men and women are no longer deemed as necessary or appropriate by most younger people. and The traditional roles of men and women are no longer deemed necessary or appropriate by most younger people. ?
A: They all the mean the same thing but
2 is slightly grammatically incorrect ("deemed as necessary" doesn't sound right)
in my opinion 3 sounds a bit better than 1
Q: What is the difference between role and task ?
A: A man can have the role of a father. That is both his title and obligation. There are many tasks he would have to do to fulfill his role as a father. Make money, pay bills, maintain his house and many others.
Q: What is the difference between Seeing as how I'm supposed to be a role model... and Because I'm a role model ?
A: I think the first sentence is not correct.
"Seeing that I'm supposed to be a role model" is better in my opinion. You are giving a reason(that you have to be a role model).

The second one is good. You're giving a reason.
( A:Why did you do it?
B:Because I'm a role model. )

In this case, these 2 phrases are the same, but the first one is a little more indirect.

Translations of "Role"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? While it is the role of the media to pursue politicians' wrongdoings, it is unnatural for them to tolerate more serious election fraud.
A: “Since the media’s role is to expose politicians’ misconduct, it would be unusual for journalists to tolerate more serious election fraud.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? She is my role model.
I want to emulate her patience

Is it natural?
A: Very natural! Nice word choice with “emulate.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私は日本語が話せるようになりました。


what is the role of 「よう」and 「なりました」 in the sentence?
A: “I’ve reached that point where I can speak Japanese.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does "role model" mean?
A: Someone you look up to
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to say you are my role model in korean
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Other questions about "Role"

Q: The leading role of the movie is so handsome, that I hope I can like him. does this sound natural?
A: 'The lead actor is so handsome. I fancy him so much!'
Q: Who does always take on the role of the bud guy for example ?
A: William dafoe comes to mind, he's usually a villain.
Q: do you even like me?

what's the role of "even" here?
A: ex I like you james. do you like me?

technically they are the same question but when you put even its usually used as a argument/clarficiation.

ex James do you even like me
Q: who is the best role model for teenagers? (Any age group) Introduce about he/she a litter bit and explain why she/he can be a role model.Thx
A: The best role model for teenagers is Malala Yousafzai. At 18 years, old she is the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. She is a very brave teenage girl. She stood up against the Taliban for the educational rights of young girls in Pakistan and she was shot doing so. She now lives in the UK but she is still working for the advance of female education.
Q: What is your role at your company??
Is this a good question or a rude one when I ask someone whom I meet for the first time at a business meet-up? And Is this natural English?
A: It all depends. You could simply ask "What do you do?" but if it's a situation where you already know vaguely what the person does or where they work, you could say something like "So tell me more about what you do?" or "What type of projects are you involved in at Company XYZ?"

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