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

The meaning of "Root" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm rooting for him mean?
A: it's like you support that person no matter what happened.
Q: What does I’m rooting for you. mean?
A: I’m giving you my (full) support.
Q: What does I'm rooting for you mean?
A: It means to support someone, to hope they win.

Example:
"Now that England are out of the World Cup, I'm rooting for Nigeria".
Q: What does I'm rooting for you. mean?
A: I'm cheering you on.
I'm giving you my support and hoping for the best for you.
Q: What does rooting for mean?
A: Ahhhh! Bueno, significa que lo apoyas. "Le vas a tu hermano." Como irle a un equipo.

Example sentences using "Root"

Q: Please show me example sentences with deeply rooted.
A: This feeling of rejection is often deeply rooted in our childhood.

There are a variety of reasons for this, which may be deeply rooted in our past.

My background couldn't really have been more deeply rooted in the cultures of ......

Its vigour and vitality attest to a popular piety deeply rooted in the everyday life of the local community.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ...to root for....
A: "to root for" is usually used for sports teams. It is almost always in the continuous.

Which team are you rooting for?
I'm rooting for the Yankees.

I was rooting for the Cubs, but they lost.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to root out.
A: You need to root out the cause of the trouble.
It means getting to the bottom of something to find out what happened.
Q: Please show me example sentences with root for.
A: It’s an informal English expression meaning “support enthusiastically”.

Manchester United fans have been rooting for them this season.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Take root.
A: Once I brought up moving to my husband, the idea took root and he started house hunting across the country.

Synonyms of "Root" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between root for you and cheer you up ?
A: yh, you can say "I'm rooting for you"

You'd only use "cheer you up" for when someone's not feeling well
Examples:
"She always cheers me up when I'm down"
"I want to do something to cheer him up. He's been quiet since his dog died"
"I've always been rooting for you"
Q: What is the difference between "I'm rooting for you." and "I'm cheering for you." ?
A: They mean the same thing. But “I’m rooting for you” is said more often.
Q: What is the difference between #1 The root of suffering is obsession. and #2 The root of suffering is attachment. ?
A:
I would say that attachment is healthy and obsession is unhealthy.
Q: What is the difference between root beer and beer ?
A: Root beer is a soda, like Pepsi or Cola.
Beer is an alcoholic drink, like Budweiser or Heineken.
Q: What is the difference between root for and cheer up ?
A: "Root for" and "cheer for" mean the same thing. "Cheer up" is something different.
Example- "They rooted for their school's team to win the game."
To "cheer up" is for someone is sad and you try to make them happy.
Example- "She was sad and her friend tried to cheer her up."

Translations of "Root"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I get root canal treatment in two weeks. It takes $2000 cost and 2hrs and half time.
A: "I am getting a root canal treatment in two weeks. It costs $2000 and takes 2 and a half hours."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If your root wasn't grown deep into the ground you would definitely be torn into pieces.
A: exactly how its worded, statement is referring to a tree that has grown deep roots and can withstand severe weather the same with a person with deeply rooted values, tradition, morals, ethics, principles etc is able to withstand challenges in life
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 誰も飲んだことないって言ってるから、今日みんなで root beer飲まない?アメリカでは定番の飲み物なんだって!
A: "Let just say we don't want to get drunk, how about we drink root beer? It's a classic drink in America!"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? root?
A: "The square root of fifty-two equals two times the square root of thirteen."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? root of behavior
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Other questions about "Root"

Q: The root of your ugliness is your parents does this sound natural?
A: LMAO.

The reason you're ugly is because of your parents.
Q: The root of suffering is obsession. does this sound natural?
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Q: Why is the square root of any​ ​real number positive?

Hi, everyone. I think the subtitle at 17:45 in the week one lecture is wrong, it should be, 'To show that it's false, all you need to do is find a single real number for which the equation does not have a real root', is that right? does this sound natural?
A: I don't understand any of this, except the first sentence.

Why is the square root of any​ ​real number positive?

The square root of any​ ​real number is positive. I don't know why this is true, but I know that it's true and I know that the sentence is correct.
Q: I always root for you. You can do it. does this sound natural?
A: maybe try "i will always root for you"
Q: The root of a tree can help grip the soil. Is this sentence correct? What other words can replace the verb "grip "?
A: The words "hold onto" can replace grip but it sounds very natural as is.

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