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

The meaning of "Shoes" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you'll never fill my shoes mean?
A: It means you can never replace him/her.
Q: What does she has big shoes to fill mean?
A: But in specifically following or taking over for someone else. This is often said of a younger sibling, or a new co-worker... the "big shoes" being someone who was respected and/or successful
Q: What does "those are some shoes!" mean?
A: those are very noticeable shoes (probably because they're very good)
Q: What does His shoes suddenly become the center of his life. mean?
A: Ah, it means he is staring at his shoes very hard because he is embarrassed
Q: What does and remember to tie your shoes and wash behind your ears. mean?
A: It is an expression used to remind someone (usually a child) to follow a routine to prepare for the day.

Tie your shoes means to tie your shoelaces. Wash behind your ears is a reminder to make sure to scrub your body everywhere so that you can stay clean. 😆

Example sentences using "Shoes"

Q: Please show me example sentences with be in my shoes.
A: "Try to be in my shoes."
"If you were in my shoes, what would you do?"
"Put yourself in my shoes."
"If you were in my shoes, you would know how I feel."
Q: Please show me example sentences with big shoes to fill (Please, instead of record examples).
A: “She has big shoes to fill.”
“He has big shoes to fill.”
More complex:
“I hope this isn’t too hard for her, she has big shoes to fill.”
“You better be ready, you have big shoes to fill.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'put oneself in one's shoes ' plz let me know what that means and some examples .
A: To put oneself in another's shoes - means to try and understand how that person feels; to put yourself in their place (of thinking)
According to naver: 타인의 입장에 서서 생각하다

Put yourself in her shoes, Jill. She just lost her job. I'm sure she's upset.
He just told them he's been lying the whole time. Put yourself in their shoes.
Put yourself in his shoes and how do you think you would've reacted, huh?
Q: Please show me example sentences with be in one’s shoes.
A: “Try being in someone else’s shoes, then you might be able to understand how they feel.”

To ‘be in one’s shoes’ is to imagine being someone else, having their life, feeling what they feel due to their experiences/circumstance.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Put yourself in my shoes".
A: Put yourself in my shoes. How would you like it if you lost all your money too?

Synonyms of "Shoes" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between shoes and trainer and snickers ?
A: shoes can mean any kind of shoe; a heel, a sneaker, a boot. Trainers are the same thing as sneakers but it’s an old word that not many people say anymore. Sneakers is specifically the kind of shoe, like Converse or Adidas.
Q: What is the difference between the shoes do not fit and the shoes do not match ?
A: If you have two shoes that do not look the same, such as in color, shape, or size, you would say "The shoes do not match". If the shoes are uncomfortable on your feet, being too tight or too large, you would say "The shoes do not fit".
Q: What is the difference between go back to making the shoes himself and go back to make the shoes himself ?
A: "go back to *making* the shoes himself" is the correct form. It means that he will return to doing things as he did before.

"go back to make the shoes himself " means to literally make the specific shoes
Q: What is the difference between taking off his shoes and taking his shoes off ?
A: Taking his shoes off is way more commonly used my friend
Q: What is the difference between Please take off your shoes. and Please take your shoes off ?
A: They're synonyms. They both have the same meaning.

Translations of "Shoes"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the shoes are very tight, but Mary can wear them? or can wear they?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does "get out of her shoes" mean?
A: It means how much she could use/wear her shoes until they are worn out. In this context it, She was able to wear the shoes for a very long time until the shoes were no longer held together/torn/ragged.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? running shoes
A: tennis shoes
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? she see shoes for buy them
A: Bueno, ya entiendo. Miró solo un par de zapatos. Entonces, quieres decir: "She looked at the shoes and thought about buying them later."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say these shoes' name?
A: Penny Loafers

Other questions about "Shoes"

Q: "I like your shoes, Lisa" Does this sound natural?
A: Is this what you said?

"I like your shirt, Lisa"
Q: Please put your shoes to the upper rack [preposition] this one.

What do you say in the brackets?
I guess "to".
However you may want to change "upper" itself.

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For example,
let's say there is a rack.
----
A
----
B
----
C
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Someone tries to put his shoes into the compartment B.
But he should have put it into A.
Then another person says,
Please put your shoes to the upper rack (A) [preposition] this one (B).
A: For example...There IS a rack. Or There's a rack. (Contracted form)

Back to your question,
...Then another person says,
Please put your shoes to the upper rack (A) [preposition] this one (B)...

Please put your shoes on the upper rack, the one above this one. Or please put your shoes on the top most rack.

Nuances of English: we use "on" here because it is on top, the top-most. If you would be putting things into rack B or C, it would be "in".
Q: Take off your shoes in this place! Now! You should be criticized by many muslim!

여기서 신발 벗어! 당장! 너는 많은 무슬림에게 비난받을꺼야!

Does this sounds natural or not? If wrong, please comment the correct answer for me.
A: You will upset many Muslims.
These Muslims will complain about you.
Q: "How often do you buy shoes?" "It's hard to be said specifically,because I do not buy shoes in a regular basis" Does this sound natural?
A: It is hard to be specific because I do not buy shoes on a regular basis. You can drop the said because you are already talking so there's no need for that. And the correct preposition should be on instead of in. Otherwise it's all great!

And don't buy too much shoes you only got a pair of feet!
Q: Can you put yourself in my shoes? Nobody woould accept suggestion like that. Does this sound natural?
A: Almost natural. Add "a" in there

"Nobody would accept a suggestion like that"

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