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

The meaning of "Sky" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i like how clear the sky is. mean?
A: "I like how clear the sky is."

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This sentence is basically pointing out, that the person admires the sky because there are no clouds. The sky is "clear" hence, the sky is blue as can be, with no cloud or disturbances in sight. The "like" signifies that the person speaking is enjoying that the sky is clear.

Hope this could help!
Q: What does I got blasted out of the sky (from movie Moana) mean?
A: Maui was blasted out of the sky by the Gods. It means he was knocked down from the sky.
Q: What does sky scrapper mean?
A: A skyscraper very tall building like the Empire State Building or the Burj Khalifa
Q: What does “If the sky falls we shall catch larks.”you can answer my question in English,thanks! mean?
A: The worst may have happened but there is something good to come out of it
Q: What does "the sky is the limit." mean?
A: It means that you can do anything or that there's no limit to what you can do.

Example sentences using "Sky"

Q: Please show me example sentences with how to say about the sky that very wide and huge? it is "Lofty definite sky", isn't it? Pls give me some example in sentence. Thanks .
A: Lofty, definite sky doesn't make much sense.
Lofty does mean high in space, but it can also mean snooty, smug, or appearing to think that someone is better than others. Ex. The people didn't like the king because of his lofty attitude.

To speak of a wide sky, you can say: expansive (means big), vast (huge and long), broad (long), wide open (this is a common way to describe the sky in US speech). Ex. "We traveled under the wide open sky."
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Only if the sky is clear can one see the star sign at night."

Question: "only" part of speech.
A: Only is an adverb in this sentence. It is modifying the verb "see".
It's answering the question, "How can you see?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with the sky is the limit .
A: I believe that the sky is the limit. You can achieve whatever you want as long as you work hard for it.
The sky is the limit is mostly used by itself as a sentence to mean that the possibilities are limitless.
Q: Please show me example sentences with friendly sky.
A: It’s a figure of speech. Referring to calmer weather or good weather to enjoy . For example if it’s raining outside and you planned for a picnic one may say “ the sky is angry, let’s wait until it’s friendly again” you refer to the sky as you may refer to a person .
Q: Please show me example sentences with sky.
A: The sky is beautiful
The sky is blue
I wish I could fly in the sky
The birds fly in the sky
"Reach for the sky"

Synonyms of "Sky" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between if the sky comes falling down for you and if the sky comes falling down to you ?
A: i would just say if the sky comes falling down, then the rest of the sentence. and skip to you or for you all together.
Q: What is the difference between sky is blue today. and skys are blue today. ?
A: Just an expression for nice weather in the whole prefecture or state or something.
Q: What is the difference between sky and heaven ?
A: Sky: the space or atmosphere visible from earth (ex sentence: The stars in the sky are pretty.)
Heaven: a place in some religions as the afterlife and some believe heaven is believed to be in or above the skies. (Synonyms: hereafter, paradise, nirvana)
Q: What is the difference between sky and heaven and exemplos por favor. ?
A: sky is where airplanes fly. heaven is where angels live.
Q: What is the difference between blue sky and blue skies ?
A: They can often be used interchangeably. “Blue skies” is more poetic/lyrical.

Translations of "Sky"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Why is the "sky" plural in this example?
A: It can be singular or plural...but I couldn’t tell you why. Using the plural sounds a little more poetic or old-fashioned
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 미세 먼지가 걷히고 나니 맑은 하늘의 소중함을 느끼게 됐던 하루 였네요.
I realized how precious the clean sky is only after having suffered from air pollution.
A: Perfect sentence 👌🏼
I (had)/ I have realized how precious the clean sky is only after having suffered from air pollution.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the sky has many clouds. I think it will rain
A: The sky has many clouds, I think it will rain.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sky
A: yeah lol
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The sky had become threatening before I got to the station. Is this sentense natural?
A: Yes, it sounds natural.

Other questions about "Sky"

Q: I dislike sky raining, but showering,
as I dislike human beings but your existing.

If I were a bird, I would give you azure sky;
if I were a flower, I would give you pure scent;

since I am a human, a colorless animal, I cannot give you anything but love. does this sound natural?
A: "I dislike the rainy sky but showers
As I dislike human beings but your existence
If I were a bird, I would give you azure skies
If I were a flower, I would give you pure scents
Since I am human, a colorless animal
I cannot give you anything but love."

I like this poem. What's it called?
Q: Not clouds in the sky. does this sound natural?
A: There are no clouds in the sky
> that would be a better way to phrase it :)
Q: It was so beautiful with the beautiful sky!!! does this sound natural?
A: Using beautiful twice in a sentence this short sounds odd. You could switch one of the "beautiful"s with another word.
"It was so beautiful with the purple sky!"
"It was so amazing with the beautiful sky!"

Or you could shorten the sentence overall.
"The sky was so beautiful!"
Q: I love watching the sky since I was young. does this sound natural?
A: With since you should use present perfect tenses
So , I have loved watching the sky since I was young !
Q: I gazed upon the sky absentmindedly.
(Are there more casual expression?) does this sound natural?
A: If you have just started to look up at the sky, or are only looking up briefly, "I glanced up at the sky absentmindedly" would be a bit more casual.

If you're looking for a while, I don't think there is a good word that is just casual that would be better than "gaze." Everything I can think of could be either casual or intense depending on context, so yours is probably fine.

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