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

The meaning of "Rose" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ‎I have actively grown roses reliably in US mean?
A: "Actively grown" = this is referring to the speaker putting in actual effort into growing the roses. The roses are not wild grown or left to grown on their own

"Reliably" = this is referring to the speaker successfully growing the roses multiple times. They did not grow just one rose by chance, but they have consistently been able to grow roses.
Q: What does Keep it fresh like roses mean?
A: @hulu_in_wnglish I thought it was from that but I wasn't sure. I also listen to BLACK PINK.
Q: What does roses are red, violets are blue mean?
A: It’s perhaps the most generic example of poetry, constantly referenced by mass media in the English speaking world.
Q: What does "Your rose colored glasses " From the song of Katy Perry "Chained to the rhythm" mean?
A: rose tinted glasses refers to someone having a very optimistic view of everything, in a bad way
Q: What does to rose mean?
A: To rise = Levantarse

Example sentences using "Rose"

Q: Please show me example sentences with red rose.
A: I bought a red rose for my wife.

There were many red roses in the backyard.

She reminded him of a beautiful red rose.

Q: Please show me example sentences with blue rose.
A: 英語の語句は何ですか。
What is the whole sentence in English?

I went to a public garden and saw many flowers, such as yellow daffodils and blue roses.

On Valentine's Day, instead of a traditional red rose I was given a blue rose.
Q: Please show me example sentences with coming up roses.
A: Man, I feel like everything is just coming up roses recently.
That plan is really coming up roses.

(everything is going really well)
Q: Please show me example sentences with coming up roses.
A: "Everything is coming up roses for Samantha since she found her new job and got married."

Synonyms of "Rose" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You can enjoy the roses blooming by a pond. and You can enjoy the roses bloomed by a pond. ?
A: Thank you for the great explanation!!! 👍
Q: What is the difference between you're the roses which’s lost in this wilderness and you're the roses who’s lost in this wilderness ?
A: Roses is plural so rather than "'s" you should use "'re" or "are."

You are the roses which are lost in this wilderness
You are the roses who are lost in this wilderness

I think both are okay. Normally roses are modified by which but these rose are people.

Is this about you plural, rather than "You are the rose which is lost in this wilderness."

I think I might be inclined to use a simile.

You are like a rose that is lost in the wilderness.
(or if You is plural, "You are like roses that are lost in this wilderness")



Q: What is the difference between roses' petals and rose's petals ?
A:

Roses’ is more than one rose.

Rose’s is one rose.
Q: What is the difference between roses and flowers ?
A: A rose is a kind of flower.

Translations of "Rose"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello rose
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? roses are red, violets are blue
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drying roses
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? : “: I got these beautiful roses on my first day at work, I can’t be happier!!“ Does that sound nature
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? roses are red violets are blue
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Other questions about "Rose"

Q: “Lilies are the clear choice” (between roses and lilies for a wedding). What does “the clear choice” mean here?
A: “The clear choice” or “a clear choice” is an expression that means it is obvious (or easy to know) which one is better.
That sentence is saying it’s easy to know that lilies are better to use for a wedding than roses.

I hope that helps! ^^
Q: roses given,fragrance in hand.I am never mean toward my kindness. does this sound natural?
A: so something like: A generous heart has its own reward.
Q: although the roses are expensive in japan,
I still buy one to myself today. does this sound natural?
A: "Although roses are expensive in Japan, I still bought one for myself today."
Q: She propagated her roses herself from cuttings stuck directly in the ground and protected by upended gallon jugs.

What does “gallon jug”mean?How to say it in Chinese?How can gallon jugs protect cuttings?
A: Search "gallon jug" on google images. They're about the size of a large watermelon. We sell milk and orange juice in them in the US.
Q: I went to rose garden. does this sound natural?
A: I went to the/a rose garden.

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