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

The meaning of "Share" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fair share mean?
A: "Fair share," means the portion of something that rightfully belongs to someone.

We often say, "I've done my fair share of work." which means they imply it's someone else's turn to work.

We also might say, "Where's my fair share?" Which means, "Where's my reward?"

Q: What does He had his share of luck. mean?
A: It could be good or bad, but it sounds more positive to me.

彼の運の役割十分もらった。

We can also say more clearly

He's had his share of good/bad luck
Q: What does to visit my share of festivals mean?
A: I've visited a lot of festivals

my share of = a lot of
Q: What does if you feel drawn to share my story mean?
A: "If you feel like sharing my story" :)
Q: What does I appreciate and share your sense of urgency. All possible pressure and effort is on the problem. I will keep you posted. mean?
A: "I appreciate and share your sense of urgency" = Thank you for being concerned and I understand your feeling

"All possible pressure and effort is on the problem" = I'm not sure about this sentence, but I think it means something like I am working as hard as I can to fix it

"I will keep you posted" = I will update you when something new happens

Example sentences using "Share"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Share (where share doesn't mean COMPARTIR in spanish)..
A: I want my “share” of the money.

I bought 100 “shares” of Microsoft.

We have a “shared” interest in comics.

He “shared” that photo on Instagram.

She “shared” her sad story with the class.
Q: Please show me example sentences with it's nice to share something so fantastic ..
A: @jokifreek I love Christmas, it’s nice to share something so fantastic as presents, family and food.
Q: Please show me example sentences with share out.
A: Can you share out this food among the students?
Q: Please show me example sentences with share holder.
A: I bought stock in the company, so I am a share holder.

Share holders meet to discuss major company decisions.

Synonyms of "Share" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between All share unique characteristics, such as their low body temperature, ‘’many of which’’ are found in few other mammals. and All share unique characteristics, such as their low body temperature, ‘’all of which’’ are found in few other mammals. ?
A: “Many of which” means more than 50% but less than 100%. It can mean a large number without being 50% in a large set of numbers. So in a sample of ten, you would need more than 5 to be many. In a set of 100,000, 300 would be many.

“All of which” means 100%.
Q: What is the difference between can we possibly share a taxi and can we share a taxi ?
A: "possibly" shows that you're hesitant. It's like saying 'maybe' or 'perhaps'

You might use it if you think sharing a taxi could be difficult or uncomfortable for them.
Q: What is the difference between share with and share ?
A: 'share with' is followed by a noun that shows WHO it is shared with e.g. 'share with Tom' 'share with my friends', or 'share with the other kids'. Share the verb by itself is usually followed by a noun that shows WHAT is shared e.g. 'I share cake' 'they share their money' or 'share responsibility'.
Q: What is the difference between share and stocks ?
A: Shares are small units of a company, while stocks are a conversion of those shares as a single fund. Stocks can be over a huge brand name owning multiple companies where shares are a specific company
Q: What is the difference between shares and stock ?
A: No real difference in conversation. For example:
"I bought some shares of Google"
"I bought some Google stock"

But shares means individual units, while stock means the whole collection of shares. I hope that makes sense.

Translations of "Share"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? will let you know Korean as much as I can. Let’s share language information.
A:
"Let's have a language exchange. I'll teach you Korean, and you can teach me English."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎😀Is it natural to say:
1. What is it specifically that you want to speak to me now?
2. What is it specifically that you want to talk to me about?

3. What is it that you want to share with me about/from your experience?
A: Yes!! Number 2 and 3 are perfect! I think that maybe for number one, you are trying to say “What is it specifically that you want to say?” If you take out the word “specifically”, then you’ll sound just like a native speaker 😌 Great improvement!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1) I want to share with you my experience.
2) I want to share my experience with you.

Which one is correct??
A: "I want to share my experience with you." sounds more natural.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? corroborate and collaborate. 【I would like to see how different they sound from each other. Could you kindly share it with me? Thanks in advance.】
A: hope this helps!!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Perhaps you will be asked to share a room with other guests during busy season.
A: You may have to share a room during the busy season.

When we are busy you may have to share a room.

Other questions about "Share"

Q: Please share your material, if you can does this sound natural?
A: @suntail: Natural and polite!
Q: I rent a big flat and share it with four different families. My room is the living room with a separate bathroom in it, so I don't need to use the toilet outside my room when nature calls. It is a little more expensive, but it is worth the rental fees. does this sound natural?
A: I already have an face-to-face language exchange partner right now. You'll find me here and Lang-8 under the same username.
Q: i heard that you can't share your food to your friends with chopsticks... is that correct? if it's correct, how can i share my food to my friends?
A: Hi. You can share your food, using a new pair of chopsticks.
When we (Japanese) share food, we prepare extra chopsticks for the common use.
It is rude and unsanitary to use the chopsticks which somebody already used for her or him.
Probably among couples, it would be "OK?" to use his or her own chopsticks because they are kissing anyway.
Q: What does 'to do one's fair share' mean in the following sentence?

The question before the court is, will these — the single largest source in our country finally do its fair share in protecting our communities and families from the most toxic emissions in our environment?

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/supreme-court-tests-epas-limits-mercury-air-pollution/#transcript
A: It means to work to do what is proper, respectful, and expected.

For example -

1. Bob is lazy! He refuses to work! He never does his fair share!

2. People who don't do their fair share don't have many friends!

3. If you will do your fair share then I will let you work for me!



Q: if we share our car with other peole, what can we say to this action?
A: If you are all riding in the car together that is called carpooling.

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