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

The meaning of "Section" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does section 80 mean?
A: @nataro, Kendrick has said it refers to people born in the 1980’s and the social issues of the 80’s. It is also a verbal allusion to “section 8” a government housing subsidy for poor Americans, some have speculated that it also implies a group of people who are 10x poorer than section 8 recipients
Q: What does section mean?
A: section
noun: a part of something bigger.
e.g. "the horror movie section"
(the part of the store with horror movies)
verb:
to break something into parts
e.g. "she sectioned the Apple with a knife"
*in British English, to "section" someone is to put them into a psychiatric hospital.
Q: What does a section meets at eleven mean?
A: It means that it meets at 11am (I'm assuming am since pm would be late for a class.)
Q: What does section 3 and section 4 mean?
A: At the same time, it will activate parts of the brain responsible for anger - turning good people into bad.

I can't answer since you closed the question, but "normally well-adjusted" is not a typo. It means people who are usually calm and understanding. Overall, it means that it turns understanding people into selfish people.

I'm sorry if my previous answer wasn't super specific.
Q: What does He ate a section of the orange. mean?
A: This is a section of an orange:

Example sentences using "Section"

Q: Please show me example sentences with section sector department
whats the difference?.
Q: Please show me example sentences with section off.
A: here, we will section off the road because of the flooding.

make sure to section off the fatty pieces of the meat, for a healthier meal.

I'm going to section off this strand of hair while I braid the other part.
Q: Please show me example sentences with section .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with section.
A: 1.) He took a pair of scissors and cut off a section of my hair.
2.) I left a small section of parking space for my brothers car.
3.) This section of the chapter will be on molecules.

Synonyms of "Section" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between section and session ?
A: ah! thanks for the additional info. you'd use SESSION. a SESSION is a short period of time. LIke.. ."we're going to have a training session in room 101"

an un-paid job is also called an 'INTERNSHIP'. you could say "I have to INTERN for 3-4 months before the real job starts".
you could say "I'm going away for unpaid training, then the real job starts" .

"section" is a piece of something. example: take a whole orange and cut it into SECTIONS.
or, a book: "section 1 is about..... "

(good grammar by the way!)
Q: What is the difference between This section describes..... and This section explains.... ?
A: For a manual, I think “explains” sound better. (It sounds a bit more official). But both should be fine!
Q: What is the difference between section and portion and part ?
A: A part is one piece of something
A portion is pretty much the same as part
And a section is how something is divided up. Like a section of the rainbow is red.
Q: What is the difference between section and sector ?
A: Section=we are read this section of the book tomorrow.
sector= I'm working in the cultural sector.
Q: What is the difference between section and part and portion ?
A: They have similar meanings but section is used in more specific situations.

Ex: What does the underlined word in page 3 section 1 paragraph 2 mean? (In this example a section is a written part of the page.

2) It was the woodwind section's turn to play. (This section means the instrumental part of an orchestra)

For "part"
Ex: I am part of the band(I am a member of the band)

2) I couldn't understand this part of the sentence.

For "portion"
Ex: We cut the pie into 6 equal portions.("parts" can also be used in this sentence)

2) He only did a small portion of the group project.(he only did a small amount/part)

Translations of "Section"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How to describe a room/a section(at the super market) are filled with beer cans like the pic..?

A: Ooooh I understand your question now. I completely missed that part in your initial question

You could say:
>"Stocked to the brim"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I know this isn't section for this But i want to know who has taked VoA lessons and how it works? Please Explain me. How i have to do it about worksheets? How long it takes to do it? (Correct me anytime)
A: what does "VoA" mean?

I know this isn't the time for this, but I want to know who has taken VoA lessons and how it works. Please explain it to me. How do I do the worksheets? How long does it take to do it?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I know there's no section for this. I would like to know more forms to say What means?
because when i always have doubts I usually say that, It's a little tedious repeat it again and again. Any advice or suggestion?
A: If you mean in hinative, it’s very easy. When you click the circular ask a question hacer una pregunta button it should give you options (what’s the difference between option, how do you say option, show me examples options, etc) if the question is more specific then I like to simply go with the free question option. It’ll let you ask any question without any preset format or anything
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? section
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Section"

Q: If this section of the Great Wall without lake nearby will be boring.
Does this sound natural?
A: If this section of the Great Wall (had no l/didn’t have a ) lake nearby (it would) be boring.
Q: Please, could you tell me which sounds the most natural?
They live in the best "section" or "part" of the town.
A: 'They live in the best part of town' sounds the most natural
Q: How many sections in this article? Does this sound natural?
A: The correct sentence would be, "How many sections are in this article?"
Q: Around the section down the trail until the next valley, there are loose rocks.
They need be careful moving thorough.
There are separated two trails such as going up and coming back.
The coming back trail is under the trail you walk, you should not to trigger a rock fall. Please walk carefully. Does this sound natural?
A: Near the section down the trail to the next valley, there are loose rocks.
Be careful when walking there.
There are also two separate trails that lead up and come back.
The trail that leads back is under the same trail with loose rocks, so please take precaution.
Q: At this section the problem of Nonlinear remote operation at Nonlinear multi-way systems is investigated. Does this sound natural?
A: If it is 1 nonlinear remote operation then it is fine. If it is more than 1 then add an 's' to operation and change 'is' to 'are'.

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