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

The meaning of "Shape" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does this shape mean by a word that is begun from "J"? mean?
A: Oh! Now I understand! I hadn't noticed! The things above the J are called "jacks"! They're toys (but they're very old, I've never seen anyone play with them... I'm surprised I even remember what they are!)
Q: What does shape of you mean?
A: Ed Sheeran 😏 I thinks it's like "form" but he means the body
Q: What does shape up mean?
A: @Zobeide: To exercise or to get prepared for a certain task.
Q: What does in rough shape mean?
A: @Ham: rough shape means it is in poor condition
Q: What does give it some shape mean?
A: Ohh.. Hmm.. I always love your questions. Anyways, here he is giving shape to the performance-- to give it structure-- to make it into something.

Example sentences using "Shape"

Q: Please show me example sentences with in good shape .
A: She is in good shape for someone with children. That car is in pretty good shape, considering how old it is.
Q: Please show me example sentences with shape up or ship out .
A: @Kyanacy "Shape up or ship out." is a whole sentence expression. It means 'conform or leave', and comes from the military. Someone (normally a superior) would say this when telling off a junior. "Blah blah blah you keep doing everything wrong blah blah blah blah. Shape up or ship out!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with keep in shape.
A: "I need to keep in shape for summer so I look good" another one would be, "Keep your room in good shape for when people come over. " I hope those help :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with shape.
A: She's got a nice body shape. I'm gonna keep in shape this winter. You better shape up or ship out! That cloud had a weird shape.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I will get back in shape..
A: "I need to get back in shape." "This exercise routine will help you get back in shape." "I want to get in shape for the summer."

Synonyms of "Shape" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between shape and form ?
A: ‘form’ is more abstract ‘Heart-shaped clouds’ ‘Shape it into a ball’ ‘Conjugated forms of verbs’ ‘Badly-formed words’
Q: What is the difference between get in shape and work out ?
A: Get in shape is to slim down/lose weight. Work out is to do physical activity. For example, running
Q: What is the difference between shape of you and your shape ?
A: It's the same , different way of saying. It is better to end sentences with 'shape of you' though, sounds nicer. Most people don't say "your shape". Example: I'm in love with the shape of you. Vs Your (body) shape is well toned/defined.
Q: What is the difference between I want to get in shape. and I want to work out. ?
A: They are very similar but have slight differences in meaning. I want to get in shape has more to do with the result " I want to lose weight, look attractive, feel healthy. I want to work out has more to do with the actual process of exercise " I want to lift weights, I want to jog, etc.
Q: What is the difference between I'm out of shape. and I'm inactivity. ?
A: I'm inactive. would be the correct sentence. I'm out-of-shape means my body is not in good condition. (Too much fat, no muscle tone, etc.) I'm inactive. means you do not do any exercises or move about much.

Translations of "Shape"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How do you explain a shape rhombus, like the way you learn in school
A: It is a 2D shape with straight, equal opposite sides, and equal opposite angles (not 90°).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the shape of this block
A: Officially, it's a rectangular prism. But more casually, you could call it a block (shape) or a box (shape). (I would say the difference between these two would be whether the item functions more as a block or box, but it doesn't matter too much if you're only describing the shape)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the shape of this block
A: —I guess that could be described as “round-shaped hole in a block / cube” 👍🏻😉
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shape of you
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shape
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Other questions about "Shape"

Q: To stay in shape, Jon and his wife make it a point to run together every morning in the park near...
A: 動詞は「make it a point」まで。他動詞なので動詞の後は目的語。この場合は「it」は代名詞。 It's the compound verb -- "make a point". "make a point of running." (動名詞) == "make it a point to run". (不定詞). "it" = "to run". Yes, "every morning..." は補語です。 The base sentence is: "Jon and his wife make it a point to run."
Q: I will get back in shape What does this sentence mean?
A: mmm.... I think I would describe it as, not too over weight, and (normal) physical training, in short, a healthy body x)
Q: I will completely get back in shape. I will completely be back in shape. 나는 컨디션(체력)을 완전히 회복할것이다 does this sound natural?
A: 'completely' is a little out of place in the sentence. Between two friends: Person A: I am going to get back in shape this year. Person B: No you're not. You're too lazy. Person A: I will totally get back in shape this year. I'm all-in.
Q: I'm so out of shape these days. Can any doctor prescribe a medicen appropriating for me. does this sound natural?
A: "I'm so out of shape these days. Can any doctor prescribe the appropriate medicine for me?"
Q: You are in top shape. But your condition will fall in bad absolutely. does this sound natural?
A: "You are in top shape" sounds very good. "But your condition will fall in bad absolutely" is confusing. You might say, "But your condition will deteriorate completely"

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